Dietitians Debunk 10 Sugar Myths | Debunked

Dietitians Mary Matone and Meredith Rofheart debunk 10 myths about sugar. They explain the importance of sugar in our diet, why sugar isn't addictive, and why honey and high-fructose corn syrup aren't better or worse than other added sugars. Instead, we should focus on how much we're consuming — less than 10% of our total daily calories should be coming from added sugars.

0:00 Intro
0:31 Sugar is bad for you
1:16 High-fructose corn syrup is the worst kind of sugar
2:08 Honey and agave are the healthiest alternatives to sugar
2:50 Sugar makes you hyper
3:35 You should cut all sugar from your diet
4:20 Artificial sweeteners are healthier than sugar
5:13 Sugar is only in sweet foods
5:49 Sugar is addictive
6:44 Sugar causes diabetes
7:28 People with diabetes can't eat sugar

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