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(Telegraph)   Sugar? In MY booze? It's more likely than you think   ( divider line 3
    More: Obvious, World Health Organisation  
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2014-03-29 05:40:36 PM  
2 votes:

p the boiler: There are obviously bigger issues with the article. But there is a difference between natural sugars and the shiat processed white stuff.

/not cocaine.

Absolutely right.  On the one hand you have glucose and fructose in about a 50/50 mixture while on the other hand you have sucrose which is half glucose and half fructose.
2014-03-29 06:39:44 PM  
1 votes:

Cerebral Knievel: traylor: So that's why I'm getting fat...

yep... the body turns the booze to sugar, and the booze itself slows your metabalism down...

then you get hungry and eat stuff... like nachos and junk...

Ain't that the truth?  After a few bottles of Boone's Farm, your mom has a hunger for nachos and junk like you wouldn't believe.  I just have to make sure she eats the nachos after the junk.  Jalapeno drool can be irritating.
2014-03-29 04:59:07 PM  
1 votes:
No sugar tonight in my Merlot,
No sugar tonight in my whisky,
No sugar tonight in my liver,
No sugar to flow from my pee!

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