Alan Michael Sugar, Baron Sugar (born 24 March 1947) is a British business magnate, media personality, author, politician and political adviser.

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The Future of Sweet: Scientists Crack the Code for Near-Perfect Sugar Substitutes

Pathogenic bacteria use a sugar in the intestinal mucus layer to infect the gut, study shows

Sugar vs. Fat: Unraveling the Metabolic Mysteries of MAIT Cells

Higher doses of oral semaglutide improves blood sugar control and weight loss

Timing Matters: When To Exercise for Greater Improvements in Blood Sugar Levels for Type 2 Diabetes Patients

Biodegradable but Dangerous: The Hidden Environmental Hazards of Sugar Cane Plastic

Biodegradable plastic from sugar cane also threatens the environment

Afternoon exercise linked with greater improvements in blood sugar levels for patients with type 2 diabetes

Researchers map the brain during blood sugar changes

Study may explain why high-sugar diets can worsen IBD

How plants use sugar to produce roots

Cancer cells use a new fuel in absence of sugar

WHO advises not to use non-sugar sweeteners for weight control in newly released guideline

Sweet Deception: “Sugar Hypothesis” of Diabetic Cataract Development Gets an Eye-Opening Reality Check

Why Do Episodes of Low Blood Sugar Worsen Eye Disease in People With Diabetes? Johns Hopkins Unravels the Mystery

The Sweet Divide: Sugar Is Processed Differently in the Brains of Obesity-Prone

Study shows sugary taxes really do work | Too much sugar is bad for you. Taxing it can make you healthier.

New Review study: Reducing the consumption of free sugars or added sugars to below approximately 6 teaspoons/day and limiting the consumption of sugar sweetened beverages to less than one serving/week (approx. 200-355 mL/week) are recommended to reduce the adverse effect of sugars on health.

Trim the sugar: New HIV vaccine design improves immune response

Warning labels on restaurant menus reduced likelihood consumers would order high-sugar foods