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by Sil Pancho

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09.19.2012

This shocking infographic came to us via Jason Wachob at mindbodygreen.com.  It is, as we said before, shocking.  Our only comment is we love the wheelbarrow graphic, and would gladly eat the 10 strips of bacon instead!

Enjoy!

Sugar Inforgraphic - Got Sugar

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