Most Consumers Avoid Sugar to Lose Weight But it's Not The Main Culprit

Updated: Sep 24, 2019

In recent years, sugar has emerged as the primary scapegoat for unwanted weight gain and a litany of chronic diseases, and while science does not support all the allegations against the ingredient, consumer “perceptions can become reality in the form of consumer demand,” according to a registered dietitian who spoke during FoodNavigator-USA’s recent webinar on sugar reduction. Sugar and carbohydrate consumption is going down but weight isn't.. that's because calories are still high.




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