I understand that there is a direct relationship between pancreatic cancer and an elevated blood sugar count. Googleit. Reducing our sugar intake reduces our chance of developing pancreatic cancer. You might think this information would be more of a thing. But what would that do to the economy? Particularly the sugar industry, and the soda industry, and the wine industry, and all of the industries sugar supports and sustains. What would our life be if we quit sugar? Maybe pancreatic cancer isn't so bad after all. Oh, and then there is diabetes. How much does sugar mean to you? How addicted are you? How addicted are your children? Your grandchildren? How addicted is the culture to its sugar habit? How addicted is the world? What's important? What matters most? What do we serve with liege loyalty, filial devotion, unwavering allegiance, all our life long?
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