Explain why the text is called Sugar, Sugar, Everywhere and why that is a problem by describing the connection between a series of scientific ideas or concepts.
Book: Sugar, Sugar, Everywhere by Susan Lennox
Why is the text called Sugar, Sugar, Everywhere? Why is it a problem that sugar is everywhere?
Based on the table of contents, what questions might be answered in this text?
What does it mean to have a "sweet tooth"?
How does the author answer the question "What Is Sugar?"
How does the diagram on p. 7 contribute to our understanding of what happens when we eat sugar?
What is the main topic of the section "Hiding in Plain Sight"?
Where can sugar be found?
Why is too much sugar bad?
What can you do to make sure you aren't eating too much sugar?