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Judy Davie - The Food Coach
Back in the old days people used to say sugar was bad for our teeth. These days we know it's far worse than that. While we all enjoy a little sweet treat now and again, you may be surprised at how much sugar you do eat each day. Here are some important reasons why you would do well to drastically reduce your intake.

Excess sugar leads to:
  • 1.Consuming too much added ...

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