Sugar Should Be Regulated? Avigail Razi

Regulating sugar will help in assisting Americans into eating healthier which will result in better health and may decrease a person's chance for chronic illnesses.

Although education in health has been encouraged to reduce the rate of such illnesses, stricter and official laws, as well as proper education, will allow for more efficient changes in the health of countless Americans.

Establishing harsher laws will not only reduce obesity and diabetes, but it will also reduce the cost for healthcare if every individual utilizes the enforced laws for their benefit.

The regulation of sugar is necessary to assist consumers into controlling the amount of sugar in their diets and so that they do not have the sole responsibility of regulating their sugar intake.

Sugar regulations will also make it harder for people to reach foods with excess sugar, therefore, preventing these foods from being consumed and harming individuals.

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