Day 31

Day 31 McFructose Sugar got its name from the Sanskrit word ‘Sharkara’, which means ‘material in granule form’. This is…

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Day 30

Hump Day Agave nectar has become a pretty popular sweetener replacement for some people. If table sugar is 50% fructose…

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Day 29

Sickly Sweet When looking at the sugar family, there is actually a very distinct order of the most sweet to…

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Day 28

Out Pops Vanity Statistics reveal that Aboriginal people have a tooth decay prevalence of 74%, while non-indigenous people have just…

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Day 27

Reds and Oranges Last night I had my first fructose dream. I was being chased by a giant orange with…

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Day 26

Day 26 The Little Porker I just saw some photos of me from today and I really am getting fat.…

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Day 25

The Magic Ones According to an incredible aboriginal woman I interviewed today, before us ‘considerate’ Europeans came along, the sweetest…

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Day 24

Red Cans in the Red Centre The place I am visiting today has a population of just under 400 Aboriginal…

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Day 23

There Will Be Blood Orange Sugar was once so rare and precious that at parties in the 18th century, people…

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Day 22

The World Sugar Party So far this week has registered extremely high on the sugarometer. I’ve had 160 teaspoons, Maria…

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