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  • WhoNeedszZz

    The issue with this article is it doesn't talk about the source of the sugar so much. It mentioned about other countries where they actually still use cane sugar, but in the US it is all HFCS. That comes from our over-abundance of corn subsidies, which has a large impact on the cane sugar trade. It is much worse for you and it hurts cane sugar business, which is a much better form of sugar. I personally enjoy the taste of Stevia, but unfortunately many people haven't acquired the taste for it since they are so used to guzzling down their HFCS.

  • Gozzin

    I refuse to use Wired cause of their stance on ad blockers. So i found it elsewhere. I don't care what they put in it.I'm staying with home brewed coffee and tea.

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