“There is way too much sugar added to our food and drinks available today, including non-diet soft drinks, candy, cookies, cakes, fruit drinks, and many other items as well. Read all labels and avoid high sugar. As scientifically noted by the CDC and AMA, these added sugars are very, very unhealthy,” warns Dr. James Surrell.<strong>LIKE LatinoDoctor.org<http://LatinoDoctor.org> on Facebook! La vitamina diaria…Para Su Vida!</strong>Dr. Surrell, M.D., is the leading proponent of reducing all that added sugar in our diet to lose weight and improve our health. Now the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention (CDC) conclude that lowering the intake of added sugars will also save your life! Dr. Surrell is a board certified colon and rectal surgeon who has performed more than 1,000 major abdominal surgeries and 20,000 colonoscopies. He also holds fellowship status in the American College of Surgeons and the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons. He focuses his practice on nutrition and weight loss. Each year he gives more than 50 talks to thousands of professionals and people of all walks of life on nutrition, weight loss, and healthy lifestyles. He is the author of “SOS (Stop Only Sugar) Diet” — a bestseller with over 20,000 in print.
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