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New Evidence Shows the Sugar Industry Suppressed Scientific Research That Linked Sugar to Heart Disease and Bladder Cancer in Rats (Video)

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By N.Morgan

New evidence exposes that the sugar industry suppressed scientific research that linked sugar to heart disease and bladder cancer in rats.

The Sugar Research Foundation, the group funding the studies, cut the project short and didn’t publish the results.

Nutritionists caution that sugar, not fat, is largely to blame for many of the problems in our modern diets.

For several decades, sugar lobbyists have been taking aim at studies linking sugar and cancer and doing anything they could to discredit the truth.

When a study last year found that mice on sugar-heavy diets were more likely to develop breast cancer, the Sugar Association, one of the biggest sugar lobbying groups in the US, called it “sensationalised.”

The group insists that “no credible link between ingested sugars and cancer has been established.”

However doctors and researchers claim the sugar industry may have been intentionally keeping research about that link from getting published.

A new study in the journal PLOS Biology reveals how the Sugar Association worked to suppress scientific findings on the harmful effects of table sugar on rodents nearly 50 years ago.

The report details the results of two unpublished studies, known as Project 259, which were funded by the sugar lobby in the late 1960s. Both involved research on the effects of feeding sugar to rats.

More with Video http://beforeitsnews.com/health/2017/11/new-evidence-shows-the-sugar-industry-suppressed-scientific-research-that-linked-sugar-to-heart-disease-and-bladder-cancer-in-rats-video-2797266.html

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