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‘I’m a Gastroenterologist, and This Is What Happens When You Cut Added Sugar’

Doctors and dietitians may have debates about the health benefits of meat, carbs, or caffeine, but virtually all health experts take a united stance against added sugar. Essentially, eating it in excess leads to poor health. Scientific studies have repeatedly shown that added sugar causes inflammation, which affects the entire body: brain, heart, gut—all of it.

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