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One Australian's crusade against sugar

Author of Sweet Poison sees sugar as main cause of nation's health problems and describes it as "deadly".

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The consumption of sugary drinks has been linked to thousands of deaths worldwide from diabetes and heart disease.
 
David Gillespie, author of Sweet Poison, identifies sugar as the main cause of nation's health problems and describes it as "deadly".

Al Jazeera's Kimberley Soekov reports from Sydney.

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