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Hyra described how the "dark ghetto" has been turned into a "gilded ghetto"To Hyra, it has caused not just residential displacement for African Americans but also political and cultural displacementHis book this year, Race, Class, and Politics in the Cappuccino City, is the result of his many years of field research on the issuesWhites are the majority now, accounting for 55 percent of the communityThe 14th Street near U Street, a traditional African American neighborhood, is now lined up with hip restaurants and bars in this photo taken on SundayThe area, a 90 percent black neighborhood just a few decades ago, was only 30 percent African American by 2010Hyra described the massive transformation in the U Street/Shaw area, where the city's once most infamous open-air drug market has become a farmers' market now selling grass-fed beef and homemade duck egg ravioliThe Wharf residential and business project I visited recently is probably one of the biggestThe same urban renewal is happening in other parts of WashingtonThe U Street/Shaw and 14th Street area has fast been turned into an upscale neighborhood in recent years, with many new restaurants and shops opening and new apartment constructionOnly a short walk from the National Mall, it looks like a good place to live, work and hang outThe area has seen a sharp increase in the white population and skyrocketing property prices, a sign of gentrification in the Washington DCHe saw major issues of gentrification and segregation in Washington beneath the surface of rapid urban renewalLocated in southwest Washington along the waterfront next to the famed Maine Avenue Fish Market, its first phase will open on Oct 12"An effort to reduce sugary drink intake of teenagers is urgently needed," Liang Xiaofeng, deputy director of the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, saidAccording to the US Department of Agriculture, global production of sugar is up 9 million tons to a record of 180 million metrics tons a year and consumption hovers at the 172 million metric ton level, also a record high levelThe American Heart Association (AHA) recommends that people should drink no more than three cans of soda (about 450 calories) a week, but men drink 175 and women 94 calories a dayOne sign says you're looking at 45,485 pounds of added sugar - the amount that Kind says children in the United States consume every five minutesAs early as 2006 the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) identified sugar drinks as one of the main culprits in rising obesity ratesThe numbers are spun out by Kind from there: children consume 13"In addition, I have found that sugar imports are increasingUntil the 18th century, when the technology for extracting sugar from cane was developed, and 19th century, when we learned how to get it from beets, sugar was only available when the fruit ripened or the bees got busyAbout 12 percent of children aged 7 to 18 in the survey were overweightJudy Zhu / China DailyA 24-foot-tall pyramid of boxes marked "sugar" in the middle of Times Square makes a point that's kind of hard to ignoreThe world does consume too much "added sugar" - a term the USDA began using in 2000 to help people spot processed foods that have added energy with no added nutrition"Every country that has adopted the Western diet, one dominated by low-cost, highly processed food, has witnessed rising rates of obesity and related diseases," the journal Nature commented recentlyHigh fructose corn syrup, raw, brown and white sugar, honey, maple syrup, molasses make up about 16 percent of the calories Americans consume and have zero nutritional valueAs the researchers in Nature put it: "In recent years, sugar has been added to virtually every processed food, limiting consumer choice5 million children in the US are obese, the CDC says, blaming snacks and foods high in sugar and saltFor children aged four to eight, the AHA suggests no more than three teaspoons of sugar a day, about 130 calories of a 1,600-calorie diet

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