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Infographic: Why Some Sugar is Actually Good for You

Not all sugar is made the same. As our clinical nutrition coordinator Tomi Akanbi, MS, RD has explained, added sugar found in sweets, soda, breakfast cereal and other processed foods impacts our bodies differently than sugar naturally found in whole foods like fruit, vegetables and milk. Here’s why:


The Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center is located in New York City. It provides comprehensive, confidential, judgment free health care at no charge to over 10,000 young people every year. This column is not intended to provide medical advice, professional diagnosis, opinion, treatment or services to you or to any other individual, only general information for education purposes only.

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