Number 1, it’s toxic to your body, and number 2, it’s addictive to your brain. And it’s those two things together that make it such a problem. The same as tobacco, the same as alcohol, the same as cocaine and the same as heroin. When it’s toxic and abused, then you have a societal problem, and that’s when government is supposed to step in.
Dr. Robert Lustig, professor at the UCSF School of Medicine and author of “Fat Chance,” discussing sugar with The War Room. Watch the full explanation of how sugar affects your body here.
It takes about two minutes for me to write you a prescription, but it takes me 30 minutes to explain to you why you do not need an antibiotic.
Dr. Corey Hebert, who says that hand sanitizers and over-prescribing are to blame for the growing strains of drug-resistant bacteria. Watch his full explanation here.
Thanks to the Viewpoint team for this, in light of yesterday’s proposed ban on large soft drinks in New York’s movie theaters, restaurants, and delis. 

Thanks to the Viewpoint team for this, in light of yesterday’s proposed ban on large soft drinks in New York’s movie theaters, restaurants, and delis.