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This Is the Surprising Way Candy Became a Part of Trick-or-Treating

Every year millions of American children dressed in costumes take to the streets with the goal of getting the most candy possible...
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Which Has More Calories: Brown Sugar or White Sugar?

Most of the sugar consumed around the world is refined sugar derived from sugar cane. Sugar is a natural substance which when extr...
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What Are the Dangers of Sucrose?

Sucrose is a disaccharide consisting of a mixture of monosaccharides glucose and fructose. In its most common form, sucrose is eas...
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Honey For Flu

If your mother treated your childhood cough, cold or flu with a bit of honey drizzled into a cup of tea, she followed a rich tradi...
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What Is Erythritol Made From?

A current trend in dietary supplements is the use of sugar substitutes. These products are compounds that, while sweet tasting, ar...
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Which Sugars Does Carob Contain?

Carob is not chocolate. You can, however, substitute carob in recipes calling for chocolate, although the texture and flavor is no...
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What Is the Difference Between Plain Corn Syrup & High Fructose Corn Syrup?

Cheap sweetener is a staple of the processed foods industry--it's used in products as diverse as stuffing and soft drinks. The che...
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What Is Organic Natural Milled Sugar?

Although refined white sugar is made from natural sugar cane or sugar beets, the natural juices are processed several times before...
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Xylitol Nutrition Information

Xylitol is one of the latest sugar substitutes that looks and tastes like sugar but has fewer calories. Although it doesn’t ...
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Nutrition Information for Splenda

Splenda, an artificial sweetener, contains three different sweetening ingredients. While the manufacturer's website contends t...
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