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Right on. This is a problem that has afflicted the USA (and most
developed countries), for too long. Whole fruit (not juice)is
sufficient sweetness in our lives.
Wade B.
Glad to see that people are finally starting to think about better
nutrition and how it directly impacts our health. Thank you for
taking the time to aggregate this enlightening information and
encouraging people to further educate themselves on how to eat
better and improve the quality and quantity of life!
John S.

Thank you so much for this Website.  It has helped me face up to what I’ve long felt but was afraid to act on.  But I will now. Bless you!

          Tammy R.

This is information every parent should know!  

The author is a great friend and a very healthy one, at that!  He has been researching health and wellness for as long as I’ve known him and has the healthiest diet of anyone I know.  Not only does he not eat sugar, but he eats lots of sprouts and vegetables he grows in his backyard, and he makes the best kimchi I’ve ever tasted.  He used to be a reference librarian and director and has at least three degrees, so I feel confident that he knows how to access the very best health and wellness information available.  And it shows–he lives it, too.

          Laurel W.