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Why sugar is 8 times more addictive to cocaine and 5 times more likely to die, but can legally plunder wealth?
Today, let’s talk about it, Sugar, this wealth-making “perpetual motion machine” is how to “abduct” the 400-year history of the world while taking us Into a “toothless era”.
1. “No tooth” European nobility
In the early decades of the 21st century, the obesity problem caused by excessive intake of sugar has become a major feature of human beings. From a global perspective, from 1990 to 2016, childhood obesity The proportion has risen by 60%.
And sugar was also found to be “the most important factor affecting oral health in almost all foods.” But this is no longer news, and the story about sugar has to start in 1701.
That year, the famous portrait master Jason Rigg drew a luxurious formal portrait for the 63-year-old “Sun King” Louis XIV, which was dazzling.
However, when you take a closer look, you will find that the king’s lips are tightly closed, seemingly without support, and the collapse is a little serious, a little more like a grandmother-like kindness:
Despite the best possible beautification, the master of art still has nothing to do with the king’s mouth and cheeks.
The reason is that Louis XIV is sugar addicted and cannot