Sugar is a white crystalline carbohydrate. The most usual sugar is sucrose, a crystalline tabletop and industrial sweetener used in foods and beverages. It is a natural ingredient that has been a part of our diet for thousands of years. There are lots of different sugars like Granulated sugar, Caster sugar, Icing sugar, Demerara, Light brown sugar, and Muscovado sugar. It was first produced from sugarcane plants in northern India. It is produced in Brazil, India, Thailand, and China. Sugar is available throughout the year.
Excess consumption of sugar can increase the risk of heart disease. It can also increase the risk of diabetes.(2)
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