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116 NOELLE TARR: "The Truth About Sugar"

BOLD | Inspiring interviews with provocative people| Hosted by Emmy winner LeGrande Green
Released on Apr 12, 2015

 

Ahhhh, sugar. The one thing we all turn to when we’re happy, sad, depressed or anxious, tired, celebrating an occasion, and of course – when we deserve a reward. Why does this refined substance show up in our lives on so many occasions…

 

 

So begins Noelle Tarr’s provocative article “Five Things Sugar Is Stealing from Your Life.”  A health advocate and nutritionist, she graphically reveals how sugar is hidden in almost everything we consume. “Manufacturers have over 60 names to disguise sugar as an ingredient.”

 

 

A century ago, the average American consumed less than 4 pounds of sugar a year. Today, according to the USDA’s Economic Research Service, the average American consumes almost 3 pounds of sugar a week – a whopping 150 pounds of sugar annually. Put another way: that’s 76 Hostess cupcakes per week!

 

 

“I’m not hear to demonize sugar,” she says, “but we’ve got to wake up in a big way.” Noelle’s site is www.coconutsandkettlebells.com. Join the conversation at www.getboldtoday.com

 

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