The truth about SUGAR

Inge, Karen
July 2002
Australian Women's Weekly;Jul2002, Vol. 72 Issue 7, p147
Provides information on sugar. Major sources of sugar in the average Australian diet; Effect of sugar on the body; Fat composition of sugar.


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