No sugar coating it: U.S. has a sweet tooth
Kennesaw State University professor Robert Buresh discussed the United States' "sugar…
Georgia (Feb 2, 2016) — Kennesaw State University professor Robert Buresh discussed the United States' "sugar addiction" on a visit to WABE's "Closer Look" program.
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The U.S. is the No. 1 sugar consumer in the world, he said. Buresh, an associate professor in KSU's Department of Exercise Science and Sport Management, talked about sugar intake and its possible consequences.
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