Is Sugar Bad for You?
There’s a lot of recent talk about the dangers of consuming sugar. Is sugar bad for you? Does sugar make you gain weight? Does sugar make you fat? Are all types of sugars and carbohydrates the same? Does the body metabolize all sugars the same way? To find the answers keep reading…
It has become evident that sugars are the primary cause of obesity and diabetes. Many other inflammatory diseases and health conditions are also a result of too much sugar consumption. All sugars, even the ones found in fruit may derail your weight loss efforts. However, some types of sugars are worse than others. I’m not talking about the natural sugars in broccoli or cabbage, or even in some fruit. I’m talking about added sugars even in the form of so-called healthy alternatives, like honey, maple syrup, agave nectar and the like.
Sugar: the Bitter Truth
In Sugar: The Bitter Truth, a YouTube segment, Robert H. Lustig, M.D Professor of Pediatric Division of Endocrinology, University of California San Francisco, highlights what happens when you consume glucose, fructose and ethanol (alcohol).
A much larger portion of the calories is converted into fats when you consume fructose and alcohol as compared with glucose. Dr. Lustig goes into the exact number of calories your body converts into fats when you consume each one of the above components.
The YouTube is worth well watching. It is packed with information that may be the answer to why you are having issues losing weight even if you cut down on calories.
So what do you do?
A great way to embark on removing or reducing sugar from the diet is with the help of a sustainable, sensible easy to follow program that will address your sugar cravings without feeling deprived. Sounds good?
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