WHO wants to ban sugar

http://m.bbc.co.uk/news/health-26014693

I guess I missed the scientific double blind studies connecting sugar with cancer.

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19 Responses to WHO wants to ban sugar

  1. briand75 says:

    Well, let’s see. You already can’t smoke, so that means that we need the government to:
    1) Place us all in clean rooms so we can’t get infections
    2) Ban alcohol (didn’t we do that once?)
    3) Outlaw being fat and legislate exercise
    4) Pass a law that everything we wear must have an SPF. Also ban all X-Rays
    5) Destroy the auto and truck industries to ease pollution. Also, no lawn mowers
    6) Ensure women have children before age 20 and always breastfeed.

    I think an alternate would be to shut down all power plants so there is no electricity and we will all freeze or roast to death. No need for controls when there is no population.

    WHO – World Hypocrite Organization

  2. Art Stone says:

    Coca Cola’s other ad

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PMLjHwwpAdg

    It appears Pepsi doesn’t distribute Pepsi Throwback in North Carolina. Is it illegal to smuggle sugary soda across state lines yet?

    I wonder how many people have never understood the gay symbolism of the butterfly in Coca Cola’s ads…

    “I would like to teach the world to sing in perfect harmony…”

    This is nothing new. Coca Cola is a Gobal brand. “it’s a small world after all, it’s a small small world”…

    • foyle says:

      Pepsi (and Mountain Dew) Throwback were available in at least parts of NC at one time. But I think they were “limited supplies only”. Mountain areas of NC have real sugar sodas — RC, Dr Pepper, Pepsi, etc. I’m surprised the nanny state hasn’t put a stop to that.

      I prefer to drink water or beer to any soda. I guess the WHO wants to take away my beer, can I at least have water?

  3. Art Stone says:

    The UN is coming after the Catholic church now

    http://www.nytimes.com/2014/02/06/world/europe/un-panel-assails-vatican-over-sex-abuse-by-priests.html

    I guess they finished with Sudan and need new reasons for more funding

  4. Of course, I thought this post was about a famous AM radio station in Des Moines.

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