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Rami Nagel (2 April 2009)
- Agave Syrup May Not Be So Simple --
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[Such foods he argues, artfully layer fat on sugar on salt on fat (I've begun to see this as an acronymn--FOS/SOF or more musically "Frankenfoods") to release the brain chemical dopamine, leading to a kind of "conditioned hypereating." -- RH]
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- Sugar -- Cook's Thesaurus
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- Sugar Cane: Lecture 21 -- Tropical Horticulture, Center for New Crops & Plant Products, Purdue University
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- USDA Economic Research Service
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