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The Influence of Sugar On Our Lives Today
Transcript of The Influence of Sugar On Our Lives Today
Sugar and its Nutritional Impact
When raw, sugarcane is a natural low-cholesterol, low-sodium food that contains no saturated fats. One teaspoon of raw sugar derived from sugarcane is only 15 calories per serving. Sugarcane lowers blood sugar spikes because it lowers your glycemic.
Sugar Cane and Louisiana Article
Sugar cane has been an integral part of Louisiana economy and culture for more that 200 years. The first successful sugar crop was that of Etienne de Bore. During the early years of civilization the average yield of sugar cane in Louisiana ranged between 16 and 20 tons per acre. The state sugar crop arranged around 300,000 tons of sugar per year and was a source of livelihood for 500,000 people.
Summary of Sugar Cane and Louisiana Article
Sugarcane was a successful crop. Louisiana sugarcane yields range from 30 to 50 tons per acre. During early years of early culvation the average yield of sugarcane in Louisiana ranged between 16 and 20 tons per acre.
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Sugar Commercial Reference
This video shows how sugar is used in snicker's and how you're not youself without sugar
Sugar Music Reference
This shows how sugar can be used or help a medicine.
Pop Culture Vintage Reference
Clothing companies can use sugarcane fiber in their clothing.