What’s wrong with a little sugar? Part 1


“Sugarcane is an important cash crop for many countries, because it is a major source of several products, including sugar and bio-ethanol. To obtain maximum yields there is a need to apply large quantities of chemical fertilizers. Worldwide yields are also severely affected by more than sixty diseases, mostly caused by fungi…”


Journal of Basic Microbiology, Jan 15th, 2013.

Think of this statement published in a respected journal the next time you hand your child a cookie, soda or that one seemingly harmless piece of chocolate. The problem is that we the people never read the Journal of Basic Microbiology. Therefore, this information remains well buried in the halls of science, where we constantly hear from our healthcare providers, “What’s wrong with a little sugar?”


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