A wedding pop is a classic American candy that was originally made from sugar crystals. It was then soaked in water and then placed in a mold. When the sugar crystals were dissolved the candy formed. Pop confectioners have become synonymous with the candy ever since.
For better or worse, we are a pop confectioners. After World War II, the candy industry became a booming business. From there, the industry became very international. It was then that the term “pop” was coined (i.e., sugar crystallized into a form so that it could be popped).
If we use the word ‘pop’ in the context of a dessert, it almost comes across in a bad way for the consumer. Pop confectioners are essentially candy with a very high sugar content. The whole point of the pop industry is to make that candy sweet and fattening.
The consumer doesn’t like being fattened, they prefer the sugar content to be high. That’s why they like candies. It’s why they like the taste of sugary fattening things. If they are going to eat a candy that they don’t like, they are more than likely going to go somewhere else instead.
But there is another reason for that, because the candy is not only sweet, but also fattening. In his book The Secret Lives of Chocolate, David Nutt describes how the candy industry is essentially a giant factory for the process of fattening foods. So if we are fattening our sweet treats, we are probably fattening our sugar. And because the candy industry is so fattening, they are also fattening our stomach.
So I am not saying that candy has “bad” calories. Far from it. In fact, a recent study put candy consumption among adults in the United States at its highest in a decade. And that’s not only because of the fattening effect of the candy. It is because the candy industry has a monopoly on the production and marketing of the ingredients that make up the candy.
Now I know this may sound controversial, but do you think that the “sweet tooth” is unhealthy or could it be caused by the sugar? I would say the answer is obvious.
I actually believe that the answer is obvious. I also believe that there are health benefits to sweet foods and that it has a lot to do with the “calories in” factor. A study by the National Cancer Institute found that a diet low in sugar reduced the risk of breast cancer by 25% and the risk of colon cancer by 26%. A diet high in sugar was found to increase the risk of colon cancer by 19%.
The study showed that those who ate the most sugar had the highest incidence of breast cancer. It also found that the risk of colon cancer increased in conjunction with eating more sugar. Although the results may not seem like a big deal, they can have significant consequences.
While many of us would probably be fine with it, it is important to be aware that there are some things about our diet that we may not be aware of. According to the National Cancer Institute, the most common risk factor for breast cancer is eating more than five fruits and vegetables a day. The study also found that the study participants with the highest incidence of breast cancer ate more of the following foods: red or processed fruits, juices, or candy.