The Secrets of Sugar - The Fifth Estate

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Read any diet and nutrition article, and the first thing you will read is that you have to cut off sugar. For years, we hear about the dangers of eating too much sugar.
Fun fact, Canadian food labels do not have recommended limit for sugar. This documentary looks into the surprising science and the reaction from the food industry, revealing the secrets of sugar.
Does the sugar industry hides secrets from the consumers? This documentary includes a host of medical researchers trying to look into the health risks caused by too much sugar.

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