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The Sugar Trap and How to Avoid It epub

by Beatrice T. Hunter


The Sugar Trap and How to Avoid It epub

ISBN: 0395318246

ISBN13: 978-0395318249

Author: Beatrice T. Hunter

Category: Medical Books

Language: English

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt; Ex-library edition (May 1, 1982)

Pages: 239 pages

ePUB book: 1960 kb

FB2 book: 1183 kb

Rating: 4.2

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Explains why people should reduce their sugar intake, examines the widespread use of sugars as food additives. by Beatrice T. Hunter (Author).

Explains why people should reduce their sugar intake, examines the widespread use of sugars as food additives.

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With this revised and expanded update of the 1982 classic 'The Sugar Trap', Beatrice Trum Hunter, noted writer on food issues, brings us invaluable help for avoiding "e;the sweetener trap. e; She exposes facts about today's many sweeteners – from aspartame to stevia, sucralose and xylitol.

With this expaned revision of the 1982 classic, The Sugar Trap, Beatrice Trum Hunter, noted writer on food issues, brings readers invaluable help for avoid the sweetener trap. She exposes facts about today's many sweeteners, from aspartame to stevia, sucralose, and xlitol. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: Turner Publishing CompanyReleased: Jun 15, 2008ISBN: 9781591205616Format: book. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780395318249.

Meticulous and interesting detail on sugar's effects, where it lurks, and what aliases it uses-by a trusty .

Meticulous and interesting detail on sugar's effects, where it lurks, and what aliases it uses-by a trusty trition advocate (The Great Nutrition Robbery, How Safe Is Food in Your Kitchen, et. who counts on the facts to wean readers from an addiction.

Beatrice Trum Hunter. With this expaned revision of the 1982 classic, The Sugar Trap, Beatrice Trum Hunter, noted writer on food issues, brings readers invaluable help for avoid the sweetener trap.

With this expanded revision of the 1982 classic The Sugar Trap, Beatrice Trum Hunter, noted writer on food issues, brings readers invaluable help for avoiding ''the sweetener trap. She exposes facts about today's many sweeteners from aspartame to stevia, sucralose, and xylitol. The Sweetener Trap & How to Avoid It - eBook.

Explains why people should reduce their sugar intake, examines the widespread use of sugars as food additives, and compares the safety and nutritional benefits of natural and artificial sweeteners