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Is it true that sugar has no nutritional value?

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Dr. Gena Kluwe answered

Specializes in Internal Medicine

In a way. : It only has carbohydrates (simple sugar). Calories that are readily burned. So called "empty calories". No protein. No fat. No vitamins. No mineral. It's a quick "pick me up" but as far as "good for you nutritional value". Zip.

Answered 4/10/2014



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