Brown Sugar and Health

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Elsevier, Oct 22, 2013 - Cooking - 102 pages

Brown Sugar and Health is a 10-chapter book on the properties and effects of using brown sugar as a substitute for white sugar.

The book first highlights human health, and then discusses the relationship of health and food. Next, the text explains why using refined (or white) sugar is claimed “deadly. It then shifts to the description of brown sugar and its actions in human body based on the experiments. Some observations on the effects of brown sugar are also examined.

The text will be helpful to students and practitioners of human nutrition, food technology, and medicine.

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Acknowledgements
4
Chapter 1 Health
5
Chapter 2 Food and Health
13
Chapter 3 Pure White and Deadly
19
Chapter 4 Attempts to Solve the Sugar Problem
28
Chapter 5 What We Know About Brown Sugar
34
Chapter 6 The General Action of Brown Sugar in Animal Experiments Lasting up to 30 days
44
Chapter 7 Brown Sugars General Action in Prolonged Animal Experiments
53
Chapter 8 The Influence of White and Brown Sugar on Metabolism
63
Chapter 9 Sugar and Dental Caries
68
Some Observations
72
Conclusions
76
References and notes
82
Index
93
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