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Report: Industry Hid Decades-Old Study Showing Sugar’s Unhealthy Effects. TUESDAY, Nov. 21, 2017 Big Sugar seems to have copied the Big Tobacco playbook, a new report contends.

More than four decades ago, a study in rats funded by the sugar industry found evidence linking the sweetener to heart disease and bladder cancer, the paper trail investigation reports. Big Sugar seems to have copied the Big Tobacco playbook, a new report contends. More than four decades ago, a study in rats funded by the sugar industry found evidence linking the sweetener to.

TUESDAY, Nov. 21, 2017 (HealthDay News) Big Sugar seems to have copied the Big Tobacco playbook, a new report contends. More than four decades ago, a study in rats funded by the sugar industry found evidence linking the sweetener to heart disease and bladder cancer, the paper trail investigation reports.

TUESDAY, Nov. 21, 2017 (HealthDay News) Big Sugar seems to have copied the Big Tobacco playbook, a new report contends. More than four decades ago, a study in rats funded by the sugar industry found evidence linking the sweetener to heart disease and bladder cancer, the paper trail investigation reports.

TUESDAY, Nov. 21, 2017 (HealthDay News)—Big Sugar seems to have copied the Big Tobacco playbook, a new report contends. More than four decades ago, a study in rats funded by the sugar industry found evidence linking the sweetener to heart disease and bladder cancer, the paper trail investigation reports.

TUESDAY, Nov. 21, 2017 (HealthDay News) Big Sugar seems to have copied the Big Tobacco playbook, a new report contends. More than four decades ago, a study in rats funded by the sugar industry found evidence linking the sweetener to heart disease and bladder cancer, the paper trail investigation reports. Report: Industry Hid Decades-Old Study Showing Sugar’s Unhealthy Effects TUESDAY, Nov. 21, 2017 (HealthDay News) — Big Sugar seems to have copied the Big Tobacco playbook, a new report contends.

More than four decades ago, a study in rats funded by the sugar industry found evidence linking the sweetener to heart disease and bladder cancer, the paper trail investigation. Sugar industry hid decades-old study on health risks, report says. which were showing these adverse effects of sugar and said, ‘I need a few more weeks to finish the study. More than four decades ago, a study in rats funded by the sugar industry found evidence linking the sweetener to heart disease and bladder cancer, the paper trail investigation reports.

TUESDAY, Nov. 21, 2017 (HealthDay News) Big Sugar seems to have copied the Big Tobacco playbook, a new report contends. More than four decades ago, a study in rats funded by the sugar industry.

List of related literature:

As scientific evidence first began to link sugar with increased risk of heart disease in the 1950s, the Sugar Research Foundation reached out to nutrition scientists as part of their efforts to counter “negative attitudes toward sugar.”

“The Triumph of Doubt: Dark Money and the Science of Deception” by David Michaels
from The Triumph of Doubt: Dark Money and the Science of Deception
by David Michaels
Oxford University Press, 2020

Sugar “in moderation,” increased whole grain consumption, lots of lowfat foods—disastrous dietary advice, followed by drugs that come to our “rescue,” handily explaining why the diabetes drug industry is growing at unprecedented rates along with booming executive salaries.

“Undoctored: Why Health Care Has Failed You and How You Can Become Smarter Than Your Doctor” by William Davis
from Undoctored: Why Health Care Has Failed You and How You Can Become Smarter Than Your Doctor
by William Davis
Potter/Ten Speed/Harmony/Rodale, 2017

But documents show that when the research suggested that sugar might cause both heart problems and cancer—a result they found terrifying—the industry buried the data and never published their results.

“Food Fix: How to Save Our Health, Our Economy, Our Communities, and Our Planet-One Bite at a Time” by Dr. Mark Hyman
from Food Fix: How to Save Our Health, Our Economy, Our Communities, and Our Planet-One Bite at a Time
by Dr. Mark Hyman
Little, Brown, 2020

The accompanying articles explained a major CDC study—the biggest of its kind—had concluded consuming added sugar clearly increases the risk of death from heart disease.

“Cancer-Free!: Are You Sure?” by Jenny Hrbacek
from Cancer-Free!: Are You Sure?
by Jenny Hrbacek
Charisma House, 2018

However, sugar availa­bility still accounts for over a quarter of the varia­tion in dental caries levels.

“Human Nutrition E-Book” by Catherine Geissler, Hilary Powers
from Human Nutrition E-Book
by Catherine Geissler, Hilary Powers
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2010

Increased consumption of saccharin and a report showing another sweetener to be carcinogenic prompted further studies to be carried out.

“Introduction to Toxicology, Third Edition” by John Timbrell
from Introduction to Toxicology, Third Edition
by John Timbrell
Taylor & Francis, 2001

In 2009, the pediatric endocrinologist Robert Lustig released a YouTube video titled “Sugar: The Bitter Truth,” in which he stated that sugar is a leading cause of obesity, a toxin that upsets both endocrine and metabolic function in the body, and the cause of chronic diseases like diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

“The Oxford Companion to Sugar and Sweets” by Darra Goldstein, Sidney Mintz
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by Darra Goldstein, Sidney Mintz
Oxford University Press, 2015

Study Finds Sugar Industry Manipulated Research—The sugar industry influenced scientists in the 1960s to minimize the possible link between added dietary sugars and heart disease, according to a report in the Sept. 12 issue of JAMA Internal Medicine.

“The World Almanac and Book of Facts 2017” by Sarah Janssen
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by Sarah Janssen
World Almanac, 2016

In fact, people have been writing about the harmful effects of sugar since the early 1950s.

“Potatoes Not Prozac: How To Control Depression, Food Cravings And Weight Gain” by Kathleen Desmaisons
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by Kathleen Desmaisons
Simon & Schuster UK, 2012

A September 2016 article in the New York Times exposed the sugar industry’s efforts to purposely shift the blame for heart disease and other chronic illnesses away from sugar to fat by funding biased studies since 1965.

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  • It amazes me how much the Western Culture pushes its beliefs & technology onto the whole world, especially small villages. However, these smaller civilizations and villages, are not plagued with all the nasty and deadly side effects of the Western lifestyle and live rather healthy long lives!.. Technology is NOT always a good thing, especially in the WRONG hands!…

  • My Dad had Alzheimers and if he had just a few grains of sugar he would go in to a rage, he was such a lovely calm man. He was a pastry chef and what sugar did to him was unbelievable. I do believe that sugar is more addictive than cocaine and Heroin, when we saw what it did to my Dad as a family we all got off sugar and getting off it was like Hell and I don’t say the word Hell lightly but it was. If you care about Yr mind body and soul please get off sugar and stay off it. Good luck, I promise you life will be so much better with out sugar

  • white sugar is sooooo bad for kids brains it teaches their little brains to develop by relying on this type of stimuli and internalized reward system. This is major root for the errors is critical thinking and cognitive function in developing brains. Also may lead to an addictive pattern of thought being unlocked at a young age.

  • You were wrong to bring Brexit into this. You are American and have no understanding of the EU model. Maybe the UK wishes to be a FREE country.

  • Anybody tried the Mofedest Miracle (google it)? We’ve heard several awesome things about this popular personal development techniques that created by popular motivator.

  • I can go about 10 days no sugar.. I don’t eat processed foods.. but the craving for sugar doesn’t go away.. I have to keep telling myself No sugar lol sugar is definitely addictive! Horrible really

  • What is really disturbing about this to me is I also add sugar to my milk to pour my sugary cereal into. I am so surprised that I am diabetic.

  • PLEASE be aware. Mycobacterium bovii and Mycobacterium tuberculosis are VERY closely genetically related. In fact, it takes gene sequencing to be confidant of differentiation. If either is inhaled or ingested the symptoms are essentially the same for either. However, bovine is much more commonly ingested and causes scrofula (the “King’s disease” that is treated by “the touch of a king”) among other systemic illnesses.

  • Okay, I’m not going to get any love for this: heavy metals in your food? They might have been better inspired to try it on animals first. Not advocating for animal testing here but if you won’t eat random stuff from wild plants why would you do the same with processed chemicals??

  • Wow, no wonder a lot of ghost from Victorian era are still wondering. They be like drink milk, sleep and die. They never knew what killed them

  • When I stopped eating sugar, I had withdrawal symptoms like a drug addict would. Shivers, headaches, sweats, fatigue, body aches…it was bad.

  • should be a lot more public information with government help.. for a start it would unload the pressure off the health system…. it would more than pay for itself!

  • absolutely right; it is a habit. I used a product called Candida Stop which helps s.o. resist; also read Le Mal du Sucre a book published quite a long time ago; explains how beet sugar had been used as a cheap filler for canned foods. I use a little pure maple syrup or honey at times but no more white sugar. I find many middle aged or elderly people now have diabetes. Is there a link?

  • Healthy meals don’t have to be expensive. Family packs of chicken breasts, cabbage, onions, beans, carrots, frozen mixed veggies, canned low sodium veggies, oats, brown rice, whole grain pasta, turkey, all very affordable. These kind of meals are much cheaper than frozen pizza, frozen casseroles, etc.

  • People always say “coffee isn’t healthy”, I’ll only agree on that if you add “too much”. And then I’ll add a joke “Coffee without sugar is healthier than sugar without coffee” ��

  • It’s as clear as the light of day, sugar is killing us. My bad, Greed are killing us all. Greed by Manufacturing Giants and greed by spokespersons of these company.

  • Does anyone know her credentials? I actually don’t care all that much about it, but I’m curious; I know some people w/advanced degrees (PhD’s, MD’s) who are not logical thinkers at all & others who did not go to college yet are much “smarter” in comparison. I saw somewhere that Pam has a PhD, but when I did a quick scan of her web site, nowhere does not say in what area did she earn her doctorate, or what was the degree-granting institution. I saw elsewhere that she has an ND, a doctorate in naturopathy
    I’m curious to know where she studied. As an integrative medicine practitioner myself, for a while I was getting lots or snail mail & email spam from these diploma mill-type places that would give u an ND in 18 months if you paid >$15,000 & took some online classes. After no direct (or supervised) patient care you could then open a business & call yourself a “doctor”. In fact I know someone who did this, unfortunately. Anyway, I’ll bet Pam did not take that route, because some people I respect (like Peter Breggin, MD) seem to like/respect her…

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  • This is a problem with parents in developed country, they are scared to make their children unhappy. YOU buy the food, YOU cook it, YOU choose it, don’t let your kids any choice. If you give them choice, they are bound to become cocky.

  • Sugar is natural product. The body can easily ” read” the sugar. The problem is when the sugar is added with many other ingredients and the body cannot identify the food.

  • So did I miss it, how do you prevent this disease,, may be it is my memory or may be it is her memory, as she forgot to say what causes and what prevents it

  • Many of those adverse health effects are linked to processed white sugar. There are better sweeteners out there, as long you don’t fall for aspartame cos that thing could very well be even worse than white sugar.

  • does anyone here can tell me.. wheat has been listed a cause for diabetes.. but if we look out its glyceimic index its low.. how the hell it could be a cause for it?

  • Look here’s the deal folks; Sugar is bad for you if you eat it all the time. I do keto which basically eliminates sugar and processed foods BUT if I want to go get a Cinnabon knowing full well its not good for me, I want to be able to do that. There is no excuse for ignorance on this topic in 2020 and people’s waistline and health is their own fault not the food industry.

  • The answer is simple, “profit”. They dont care about ur health because nobody care about them as well to earn money the early good days thats why they do what they do now for the people, they dont care about ur health, same race or skin or religion, all they care is money. All of these lead down to lifestyle, meaning good expensive stuffs, meaning money.

  • So, chemistry set. A problem, no it’s natural selection. The Darwin test, I recall my chemistry teacher was credited with blowing up his parents house. I recall firing up a magnesium pencil sharpener over the Bunsen burner in lab class. Magnificent

  • Even Mrs. Tanaka knows she is lying through her teeth…. round and round and round she goes… she doesn’t even know what she is saying.

  • Fructose and Glucose are not the same. You are just lying when you tell people cane sugar is the same as high fructose corn syrup…

  • This is my Twitter by the way: https://twitter.com/oil_memes
    Dedicated to exposing the lies from Big Food and Big Pharma, especially about “Vegetable” Oils. They need to be punished like Big Tobacco.

  • Has anyone tried Mofedest Miracle? (do a search on google) We’ve noticed numerous amazing things about this popular manifesting and law of attraction course that designed by popular motivator.

  • Dr. Sievenpaper at 22:42. You forgot to mention he openly states his research is funded massively by Coca Cola. You tend to be loyal to the one source of income when it’s your only one.

  • Opinion:
    Throwing out condiments b/c they have sugar in them is the wrong move. Use the condiments to help you eat better food. And every meal, use only as much as you absolutely need and eventually you will stop using it. Look for condiments with less sugar even.

  • This is very interesting. Obviously we all would love to eat healthier but the reality is that healthier food is so expensive its not funny. I can afford to eat healthy, and I cook my food 95% of the time but I am aware that for a lot of people the choice really is about quantity vs quality. A lot more people can’t even afford basic food let alone choose what to eat. Still this needs to be taught even in schools. We need to start somewhere.

  • Not on YT, had to rent it but That Sugar Film is a hands on Aussie doco lol, the doctors who weighed him called him crazy.. but he got his answers

  • In today’s times we are no different. How is it that a McDonald’s hamburger can look the same as the day you purchase a happy meal 12 years prior.

  • Here is a simple way from affective neuroscience to increase dopamine (arousal) and opioid (pleasure) in the brain, and to increase productivity and self-motivation.

    Hypothesis and proof below.

    HYPOTHESIS: Dopamine release will stimulate endogenous opioid systems when the latter are in a non-suppressed state.
    EXPLANATION AND ‘PROOF’: Activity that involves continuous positive act/outcome discrepancy or novelty (productive or meaningful behavior) while the covert musculature is inactive (a resting state) will result in heightened feeling of pleasure and arousal, or ‘eudaemonia’, ‘flow’, or ‘peak’ experience. This derives from the observation that neuro-muscular tension (or stress) inhibits endogenous opioid (pleasure) release, while relaxation accentuates it, the latter permitting opioid systems to be further stimulated by increased dopamine release (arousal) elicited by meaningful behavior.
    The reason this explanation does not appear evident from general observation is that its counterpart as ‘flow’ or ‘peak’ experience is described through literary metaphor and not scientific language and obscures the independent and dependent measures that accurately describe it. The virtue of this explanation is that it is easily testable by anyone. Just get into a relaxed state (mindfulness protocols are the best way to do this) and then exclusively pursue or anticipate pursuing productive activity for periods of a half hour or so, and voila, you will have a flow or eudaemonic experience. It is that simple.

    I offer a more detailed explanation in pp. 47-52, and pp 82-86 of my open source book on the neuroscience of resting states, ‘The Book of Rest’, linked below.
    https://www.scribd.com/doc/284056765/The-Book-of-Rest-The-Odd-Psychology-of-Doing-Nothing

    This above book is based on the research of the distinguished neuroscientist Kent Berridge of the University of Michigan, a preeminent researcher and authority on dopamine, addiction, and motivation, who was kind to vet the work for accuracy and endorse the finished manuscript. Berridge’s Site and his article from ‘Scientific American’ magazine on the neuroscience of happiness.
    https://sites.lsa.umich.edu/berridge-lab/
    https://sites.lsa.umich.edu/berridge-lab/wp-content/uploads/sites/743/2019/10/Kringelbach-Berridge-2012-Joyful-mind-Sci-Am.pdf

    also:
    Meditation and Rest
    from the International Journal of Stress Management, by this author
    https://www.scribd.com/doc/121345732/Relaxation-and-Muscular-Tension-A-bio-behavioristic-explanation

  • Through my wife influence I no longer take sugar but still crave for sugary soda drinks. But I am plodding on in my quest to cut my ingest of sugar.

  • Best holistic health promoting talk I have come across. Thank you! Any tips on how the 4Cs can be implemented for a teenager already addicted to smartphones, processed foods and stays up all night data consuming?

  • This was ABSOLUTELY AMAZING information. You just provided A BUNCH of pieces of the puzzle that I felt like I was missing to sort myself out. Thank you so much for your work & speaking the truth Dr. Lustig!

  • how can one draw the conclusion between suicidal tendencies and diet? There are so many other factors that are part of that equation. where’s the data?

  • So I have a suggestion, instead of forcing students in the public system to study subjects like gender studies or other soft sciences, how about courses on nutrition?

  • Hurr durr chemistry set dangerous. Like no shit it’s a chemistry set. Polyurethane is flammable and gives of gasses when burned? Stop fucking smoking near them. We still use polyurethane foam today with zero issue

  • If you enjoyed this then make sure you check out our latest podcast featuring Robert Lustig and Steve Bennett talking all things health:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7PQ3SITmAcM

  • The increase in sugar consumption just refers to the sugar industry and corn syrup industry. It does not address the many forms of sugar, which go by 61 different names. And this also does include refined flours (wheat, corn flour, corn starch, other refined flours) which break down in the mouth (enzymes in saliva) into sugar. I don’t know if they will show a graph with the increase in white flour products or not, as I stopped the video temporarily to write this.

  • This is great information but what are we supposed to do about it? Are we expected to skip cake and ice cream at birthday parties? This seems to be very difficult socially. How are we supposed to explain to our kids that they can’t go trick or treating for Halloween? It seems to be only issue with some people as there are plenty of healthy people that are eating sugar. If you get sick from sugar, can you just stop using it to get healthy again?

  • Stick to health, stay away from Brexit. I mean, an American talking about a country staying part of an oppressive regime that has taxation without representation. Hello McFly!

  • Banks are “ahead of any trends / propaganda” my arse! They’ll perpetuate them, until they run off with your money and take a bailout. (Aside from that, and the political commentary I agree with the presentation.)

  • might have been interesting but, as Lustig floridly exhibits Trump/Brexit derangement syndrome in the first few seconds, I certainly wont be taking advice on a healthy brain from him

  • Impacts of feeding peroxidized oils on growth and oxidative status in swine and poultry:
    https://lib.dr.iastate.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=6355&context=etd