Science is, by its very nature, a process of questioning things, then answering and confirming those answers by accumulating evidence. Even after all of this, scientists may disagree on what the evidence says, or how much evidence is needed to conclude that a particular observation is true. Below, we highlight some of the questions, clear up potential misconceptions, describe why and how our scientific team came to the conclusions it did, and provide alternative views on the information shared on SugarScience.org.
Some people question whether the buildup of fat in the liver is actually harmful to health, or whether the health issues we're seeing with the over-consumption of added sugar are merely due to obesity. SugarScientists explain the evidence behind these conclusions.Learn More