Actually, study after study is showing that refined sugar is worse for our brains than it is for our waistlines
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It’s bad for our waistlines, too. Probably just as bad. I would strongly urge people to stop being obese and not worry about sugar until they are at a healthy weight.

The danger is someone will heed this advice but continue to overeat and have the false belief that he’s healthy because he isn’t eating “refined” sugar. (And sugar is sugar, refined or not.)

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