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“He was terrified of gym,” Principal Walton told me.

“There was trouble running, trouble breathing—the kid had it all.” “Of course, I’m not one to judge,” Walton added, laughing, slapping her thighs.

That was seven years ago, when administrators first recognized the magnitude of the problem.

Clarksdale, a storied delta town that gave us the golden age of the Delta blues, its cotton fields and flatlands rolling to the river, its Victorian mansions still beautiful, is at the center of a colossal American health crisis.

Perhaps the first Europeans to fall in love with sugar were British and French crusaders who went east to wrest the Holy Land from the infidel.

They came home full of visions and stories and memories of sugar.

“Wherever they went, the Arabs brought with them sugar, the product and the technology of its production,” writes Sidney Mintz in Sweetness and Power.

“Sugar, we are told, followed the Koran.” Muslim caliphs made a great show of sugar.

In school they call it the age of exploration, the search for territories and islands that would send Europeans all around the world.In reality it was, to no small degree, a hunt for fields where sugarcane would prosper.In 1425 the Portuguese prince known as Henry the Navigator sent sugarcane to Madeira with an early group of colonists.“I used to snack on sweets all day, ’cause I sit at a desk, and what else are you going to do? “People say, ‘You’re doing it ’cause you’ve got a boyfriend.’ And I say, ‘No, I’m doing it ’cause I want to live and be healthy.’” Take a cup of water, add sugar to the brim, let it sit for five hours.When you return, you’ll see that the crystals have settled on the bottom of the glass.

In school they call it the age of exploration, the search for territories and islands that would send Europeans all around the world.

In reality it was, to no small degree, a hunt for fields where sugarcane would prosper.

In 1425 the Portuguese prince known as Henry the Navigator sent sugarcane to Madeira with an early group of colonists.

“I used to snack on sweets all day, ’cause I sit at a desk, and what else are you going to do? “People say, ‘You’re doing it ’cause you’ve got a boyfriend.’ And I say, ‘No, I’m doing it ’cause I want to live and be healthy.’” Take a cup of water, add sugar to the brim, let it sit for five hours.

When you return, you’ll see that the crystals have settled on the bottom of the glass.

At religious ceremonies priests sipped sugar water from coconut shells, a beverage since replaced in sacred ceremonies with cans of Coke.