Columbus transports sugar cane to the New World on the advice of Queen Isabela.
1500 Dutch establish a sugar refinery at Antwerp
and ship sugar to Germany and England.
Spanish monks offer loans in gold to anyone who would start a sugar mill.
1573 First German sugar cane refinery at
1660 British find sugar pushing so
profitable it becomes a matter of
British pass the Navigation Act of 1660 to prevent transport of sugar,
tobacco, or any product
of the American Colonies to any port outside England, Ireland and British
1662 Britain importing 16 million
pounds of sugar per year.
1665 London swept by
People who lived without sugar escaped harm. Over 68,000 die.
1674 First mention of
diabetes mellitus in
British Pharmaceutice Rationalis, by Thomas Willis, member of the Royal College
1700 Refined sugar is the most
important export of France. British Isles importing 20 million pounds of sugar
increase dramatically in England and other sugar consuming countries as the
body environment changes to accommodate the sugar intake.
1792 Anti-Saccharite Society forms in Europe to protest effect
of sugar on people. It induces a British sugar boycott through Europe.
1800 British sugar consumption reaches 160
million pounds per year.
1812 France has mass
planting of sugar beets and 500 refineries open. Over 8 million pounds of sugar
are produced in one year.
1816 Britain passes an
act which outlawed brewers from possession of sugar or molasses, since brewers
had been adulterating their product with sugar.
1880 Recorded death rate from diabetes in Denmark is 1.8 per
100,000. (This goes up to 8 per 100,000 by 1911 and 19 per 100,000 by 1934).
Sweden consumption of refined sugar is 12 pounds per person annually.
By 1929 consumption of refined
sugar has increased 10 fold to 120 pounds per person annually.
1892 America takes the lead in world wide sugar consumption,
surpassing the British. Sugar consumption would double again by 1920.
1910 Japan acquires a source of cheap and
abundant sugar on Formosa. Incidence of
dramatically in Japan.
1911 Denmark sugar
consumption 82 pounds per person annually. Death rate for diabetes in Denmark
is 8 per 100,000.
1912 Dr. Robert Boesler, New
Jersey dentist, notes that "modern manufacturing of sugar has brought about
entirely new diseases. Sugar has caused a vast degeneration of the people."
1923 Canadian physician Frederick Banting
receives Nobel Prize for discovery of a way to extract the hormone insulin ,
which permitted control of blood sugar in those with diabetes. This opens a
whole new medical market because of the growing sugar addiction in the US
1924 Dr. Seale Harris of the University
of Alabama discovers that sugar can cause hyperinsulinism and recommends people
cut sugar consumption. The medical establishment comes down on Harris and his
work is suppressed. Harris would be awarded a medal by the AMA 25 years later,
as pharmaceuticals to control low blood sugar are developed and put into
production. The basic contribution of refined sugar to the problem remains
1929 Consumption of refined sugar in
Sweden 120 pounds per person annually.
Denmark sugar consumption is 113 pounds per person annually. Death rate for
diabetes in Denmark is 19 per 100,000.
1943 Dr. John Tinterta rediscovers the vital importance of the
endocrine system, and connects sugar use to production of hyper-adrenocortic
episodes in humans intolerent to sugar. This is where adrenal hormones are
suppressed, producing inability to think clearly, allergies, inability to
handle alcohol, depression,
apprehension, craving for
sweets and low blood pressure.
1948 In North Carolina, Dr. Benjamin P. Sandler reveals
that sugar and starches lower the blood sugar level, producing hypoglycemia.
Also that soda pop (recently introduced) contains phosphoric acid that absorbs
phosphorus and sulfates in food before natural metabolism can get it to the
causing the nerve trunks to fail to function properly . Sandler says that dairy
products and sugared soft drinks are aggravating the incidence of
polio. Polio cases in
North Carolina number 2,498.
1949 Noticing that
polio strikes most in
the summer, when children increase their intake of sugar, Dr. Sandler warns
residents to cut down on sugar and dairy products in North Carolina. Polio
cases dramatically decrease.
1954 Mass introduction of
sugared soft drinks in the US.
of Health, Education and Welfare data reveals that 49.2% of citizens surveyed
suffer from hypoglycemia (low blood sugar).
Dr. HJ Roberts publishes results of a comprehensive national study of traffic
accidents. Roberts concludes that a "significant source" of many unexplainable
accidents is that "millions of American drivers are subject to pathological
drowsiness and hypoglycemia due to functional hyperinsulinism".
1972 Soft drink consumption 30 gallons per year per person.
1973 Sugar Information
Foundation places full-page
advertisements in national magazines in the US, labeling sugar a
carbohydrate and a nutrient. After a Senate Hearing the National Advertising
Review Board determines that the claim that sugar is a nutrient was
1982 Human insulin produced by
bacteria is marketed.
1988 Discovery: ingestion
of 100mg (.004 ounce) of sugar reduces the immune functions in the body by 50%
within one hour . Other studies confirm that excessive sugar consumption may
increase the incidence of infections and reduce the body's ability to defend
back to stacks
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