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World Health Organization lowers sugar intake recommendations

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from I Quit Sugar

What does 6 teaspoons of sugar really look like?

The World Health Organization says that we should only consume just six to nine teaspoons of sugar daily for optimum health. Or, in other words, no more than 25g of sugar for a woman and 36g of sugar for a man (4g of sugar = a teaspoon of sugar). Incidentally, that’s the amount we’ve been promoting for years on our I Quit Sugar: 8-Week Program!

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from The Atlantic

World Health Organization: No, Seriously, Stop Abusing Antibiotics

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from CBS News

World Health Organization lowers sugar intake recommendations

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from Quartz

The World Health Organization is expected to say red meat is linked to cancer

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from Forks Over Knives

Breaking News: World Health Organization Says Processed and Red Meats Can Cause Cancer

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