Special Supplement: Added Sugars: The Facts about Caloric Sweeteners

It’s not just a matter of switching sweeteners, it’s about cutting back on all added sugars.

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Americans consume 17 teaspoons of added sugars a day on average (more than one-third cup). That’s not to say we scoop that much into our coffee or tea. Sugar, in

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