What's the Scoop on Sugar?

April 2015

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 1. A spoonful of sugar was considered good advice from Julie Andrews in ____.


        
 2. Sucrose and sucralose are two names for the same thing.
 
        
 3. Adding sugar to products or recipes can ____.
 
        

4. The Nutrition Facts label separates naturally occurring sugars and added sugars.
 
        

 5. Recent research found that men consumed a lesser percentage of their calories from added sugars than women did.
 
        
 6. ____ 12-oz. can(s) of a "regular" soft drink provides the full amount of added sugars you should consume in one day.
 
        
 7.  Former _____ Mayor Michael Bloomberg launched a so-called "sugar tax" to discourage consumption of large-portion sweetened beverages.
 
        
8. There is _____ evidence that links higher intakes of added sugars to the risk of Type-2 diabetes in adults.
 
        
 9. The _____ recently issued a helpful position statement about snacks, sweetened beverages, added sugars and schools.
  
        
 10. The long-term effects of low-calorie sweeteners are still uncertain.
 
        

 

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