Before you throw the book at all sugars, let’s refresh our memories on a few facts.

If you were around in the ’80s and ’90s you likely recall the low-fat diet craze. (Who didn’t kill an entire box of SnackWell’s pulling an all-nighter in law school?) Nutritional experts, government agencies and industry experts pointed the finger at fat as the culprit for our obesity epidemic and a slew of other health issues like diabetes and heart disease.

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