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That's the conclusion of data released on Friday, which surveyed more than 2,000 people about their eating and lifestyle habits.
The reluctance to quit may stem from a lack of resources.
A quarter of people said they have no interest in quitting sugar - despite worrying about its effect on weight (39%), diabetes (33%) and oral health (9%).
Meanwhile, 1 in 10 (11%) also said they believe quitting sugar is ‘just another health fad popularised by social media stars’.
Health officials across the world have stood firm on their stance towards sugar in recent years, despite growing evidence showing it to potentially fuel tumor growth.
Instead, they highlight the fact that all cells, not just cancerous ones, require energy, which is found in the form of glucose, to survive.