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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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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 ...

Nutrition Information for Splenda

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