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Commentary: Want to fight the sugar problem? Start counting calories

Commentary: Want to fight the sugar problem? Start counting calories

28/1/2019 1:49:00 AM

Commentary: Want to fight the sugar problem? Start counting calories

It’s easier to cut down on our sugar intake if we know how many calories each beverage we intend to consume has, says weight loss author Ian Tan.

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