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Tue June 5, 2012
Getting Sour on Sugar
This most ubiquitous and irresistible of foods has also been called addictive and toxic and has been linked with obesity, diabetes, and, recently, memory loss. Some are calling for regulating sugar as if it were tobacco. But others say it is intrinsic to our very survival as a species, found even in breast milk and that demonizing or shunning sugar is the wrong course.
- Doctor David L. Katz: Founding Director of Yale University's Prevention Research Center. He is the editor-in-chief of the journal Childhood Obesity, president-elect of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine, Founder and President of the non-profit Turn the Tide Foundation, and a blogger/medical review board member for the Huffington Post. He has won several awards for his work in preventive medicine and nutrition.
- Gary Taubes: His most recent book is Why We Get Fat And What To Do About It. He’s a contributing correspondent to the journal Science and a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Investigator in Health Policy Research at the University of California at Berkeley School of Public Health. He has won several awards for his science and health reporting.