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Canadians Experiencing Early Morning Sugar Shock


February 5, 2009
By CNW GROUP

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Feb. 5, 2009 – Study shows average Canadian consumes half their recommended daily sugar intake at breakfast.

Canadians consume, on average, more than six teaspoons of added sugar in the morning, which is half the World Health Organization's daily maximum estimate of 12 teaspoons a day(1). The results come from a national survey commissioned by SPLENDA(R) Brand Sweetener that looked into Canadians' morning eating habits and the potential impact on their overall health and well-being. | READ MORE