Sweet tooth not the obesity culprit: study

Colorful Lollypop in perfect woman teeth and red lips mouth
While sugar has become a target in the fight against obesity, with calls for Australia to follow the lead of countries such as the UK, Mexico and Hungary and introduce a tax on sugary drinks, scientists with Deakin University’s Centre for Advanced Sensory Science have found that there is not a strong connection between sweet

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