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The labeling of otherwise high-calorie foods as sugar-free

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Hey,

1) justify the conclusion, that the label "sugar-free" is harmful to the people, because it makes a wrong suggestion

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2) challenge the conclusion that "sugar-free", while literally correct, should be avoided, because it may be harmful to the consumer.

B, there are people who rely upon the the label "sugar-free", because they have diabetis and have to take sweetenersr

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D and B are the OA. A relatively easy one i guess..
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