How the Sugar Lobby Skewed Health Research
If you followed the revelations of how the tobacco industry ruins people’s lives in the name of profit, you will not be surprised at what the sugar industry has been (and is) doing. Articles from Time Magazine and Scientific American explain — take your pick.
Melissa Bailey | September 13, 2016 | Scientific American
Newly uncovered documents reveal that a sugar industry trade group initiated and paid for the studies, examined drafts and laid out a clear objective to protect sugar’s public reputation
Alexandra Sifferlin | Sept. 12, 2016 | Time Magazine
Archival documents reveal how the sugar industry secretly funded heart disease research by Harvard professors
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