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How Much Sugar Are We Really Consuming?

RED FM Toronto

Release Date: 09/15/2023

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On average, adults consume 17 teaspoons of added sugar every day, more than 2-3 times the recommended amount for men and women respectively. Host Shameel Jasvir is joined by Dr Jagdish Chopra who helps us understand where all this added sugar is coming from and how to cut down to sugar for a healthier lifestyle.