Do you remember the taste of baby food you were fed when you were a baby or toddler? I know that I surely do not. But if there is one thing puts a smile on almost everyone’s face, my best guess would be the sweet taste of sugar. Salt might come in an uncomfortably close second place. I had always known, maybe not perhaps always, but since the early 1990s when someone had given me an old book called World Without Cancer, by G. Edward Griffin. Unfortunately, at that time I hadn’t gotten my hands yet on Sugar Blues, by William Duffy, just yet, so I hadn’t quite made the connection.