It turns out that sugar isn't the nutritional nightmare we've all been led to believe. While the case against fat consumption seems to mount, the reputation of sugar is being restored. A study published recently in the New England Journal of Medicine even maintains that sugar does not affect the behavior of our children. Does this mean the end for all those sweeteners that come in colored packets and have unpronounceable names? No way. From candy to cookies to new-age beverages, the ...

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