Should the government put warning labels on sugar like they do with cigarettes since it's the #1 cause of death in the USA ?

Simple sugars such as Table sugar, Brown sugar, Corn syrup, Honey causes a condition known as "Insulin Resistance". Which causes Obesity, High blood pressure,

diabetes, cancers, heart disease, stoke, and more it's also the #1 cost of healthcare in the USA

3 respuestas

  • hace 1 mes

    Even if the label were present, like smoking, people would still eat sugar, just like people still smoke, there are new smokers popping up everyday, and the tobacco growers are still rich, and cigarettes are still a booming business and a money maker for most gas station mini marts and convenience stores. 

  • hace 1 mes

    Eating honey does NOT cause insulin resistance. In fact , for type 2 diabetics, eating honey REDUCED insulin resistance in one study.  

    Type 1 diabetes is an auto immune disease. I've been a type 1 diabetic for 65+ years and counting. I am NOT insulin resistant.   

  • hace 1 mes

    If you've got evidence to support what YOU say, you could, indeed, report your findings to the authorities to elicit some sort of response from them.

    If the Government 'experts' disagree with your findings, then no, they shouldn't label sugar as being the #1 cause of death in the USA.

    Edit: Don't bother saying anything.  I've just looked at your previous questions and I can clearly see that you're NOT of the highest cognitive functioning ability.

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