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The more sugar consumed, the higher the risk of death from heart disease

In the United States, sugar is added to processed foods and used in cooking. For example, added sugar occurs in sugar-sweetened beverages, desserts, fruit drinks and candy. A can of regular soda contains about 35 grams of sugar (about 140 calories). “Added” sugar is differentiated from sugars that naturally occur in fruits and other foods.

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