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26 Aug 2017 - General
 
I agree Madhubabu kaaja that anything in excess is bad. This applies to protein, a macronutrient that people seem to think can be taken in huge amounts. Artificial fructose has a lot of bad effects on the body and causes systemic illnesses. We can opt to enjoy healthier alternatives of sweeteners such as unwashed or unrefined sugar rather than consume this notorious solution. It is important to note that high fruc...
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