For those of you that don't want to click on the link and give the site a payday, I've pasted parts of it below. In short they are once again stating that we don't need sugar when I think you'll find that we do. In fact the brain needs around 120g a day and cannot function without it (aside from during prolonged starvation when it reverts to a survival mechanism...oddly some diets attempt to keep you in this shock/stress state).
Its main output – apart from commercial profits – is a global public health crisis, which has been centuries in the making. I'd like to see the evidence for this...oddly I can't find any!
The obesity epidemic – along with related diseases including cancer, dementia, heart disease and diabetes – has spread across every nation where sugar-based carbohydrates have come to dominate to the food economy. Again I've yet to see any evidence for these bold claims. Correlation doesn't equals causation, I mean it would be daft for me to point the figure at polyunsaturated fatty acids and state that the increased intake of these oils also correlates fairly well with increases in various disease states.
The rest of the article rants on about the socioeconomic impact of sugar and even it's links to slavery. Nasty old sugar, that essential energy that your brain needs to survive has a shady past.