Chemical Guys is a popular internet comedy site.
But it also sells a sugar chemical formula for your sweet tooth.
According to an article published by the website’s creators, the formula uses sugar and other additives that have been shown to cause weight gain and other health problems in humans.
The article says the formula contains ingredients that have shown to increase insulin sensitivity, reduce appetite, cause bloating, increase cholesterol, raise blood sugar, and increase blood pressure.
And while the article’s creators are not exactly selling the product, it appears that the company’s products have become more popular than their website’s creator.
More recently, the article claimed to have discovered a sugar pill that, while claiming to treat obesity, causes weight gain.
But the ingredient list on the product page does not even include the word “sugar.”
The site also says the ingredients include vitamins A, B, C, E, and K, as well as minerals such as potassium and magnesium.
I don’t think I’m going to take any of this seriously.
There is no science behind the ingredients or the ingredients listed on the website, nor is there any reason to believe that they work.
I will still be eating sweetened drinks.
However, I am not sure that I want to drink any more sugar-sweetened drinks than I do now.
That being said, if I do drink sugar-based drinks, I don’t want to have to stop eating the diet I’m on.
It’s important to realize that there are no health benefits from sugar-rich drinks, and that is why the diet is a necessity.
This article originally appeared on CNN.com.