December 2, 2013
Dr.â€‚Robert Lustig thinks caffeine is not regulated2013-11-28T23:49:17-05:00https://images.c-span.org/Files/df7/20131128234954001_hd.jpgIn his war on sugar, Dr. Lustig uses as rhetorical evidence the myth that caffeine is not regulated.
In his war on sugar, Dr. Lustig uses as rhetorical evidence the myth that caffeine is not regulated.
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