My doctor said in no uncertain terms that I am not allowed to drink fruit juice, because the sugar content is way to high, I can have two pieces of fruit a day. But a glass of fruit juice is like having 6 pieces of fruit in one glass.
Bingo! You've exceeded your five a day at breakfast time, and can concentrate on burgers and pizza for the rest of the day.
The current claim being "sugar is bad".
I remember 20 years ago, nutritionists proclaiming "fat is bad", so everyone switched to sugar. I'm glad I didn't climb on that bandwagon.
I've never heard anyone say "eat more sugar to be healthy" in my life.
Sorry Bozo, it was always true that salt increases blood pressure in a minority of patients with a particular genetic predisposition to that response. The average patient with hypertension has a very very minimal increase in blood pressure from dietary salt intake, and reducing it in those patients does not improve any of their hypertension-related outcomes. The reason that diuretics lower blood pressure is primarily because they alter the level of salt that your body maintains. Most people's bodies are well able to maintain a fairly steady body fluid salt level regardless of dietary intake.
Says the shill for Big Salt!
Letters masquerading as subscription renewals for things you haven't actually subscribed to. They're hoping someone in accounting doesn't know you haven't actually subscribed to it, assume it's a renewal so they won't investigate it to see if it's legit, and just pay it.
The problem is the business logic
I think most of the superstar programmers here consider that sort of thing beneath them.
All programming languages are tedious as fuck to use. In fact, work itself is tedious as fuck when the alternative is beer, sex and video games. Yet people still go to work because they get paid money for it.
That is not how Millenials think.
I think that, whatever your answer, it proves that there is a good reason for them.
Frankly, Scarlett, I don't have a fix. -- Rhett Buggler