Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Sugar is drug...white poision

Is sugar bad for you? The Truth Revealed
Is sugar bad for you? Well you probably already suspect the answer, and you’re most probably right. I’m going to share with you the main damaging effects of this sweet poison. If you said sugar is not good for you then you were right, but in all truth it’s fructose that’s not good for you. This ties in nicely with the first point.
Sugar converts directly to fat.
Sugar is made from 50% Glucose and 50% Fructose and the glucose part is the bit which will get metabolized and used as energy, the fructose part will get turned to fat. When you eat 120 calories of glucose, less than one calorie is stored as fat. 120 calories of fructose results in 40 calories being stored as fat, that’s 40x’s more. Consuming fructose is essentially consuming fat!
Why this happens is because every cell in the body, including the brain, utilizes glucose. So that means much of it is “burned up” straight after you consume it.
By contrast, fructose is turned into free fatty acids (FFAs), VLDL (the damaging form of cholesterol), and triglycerides, which get stored as fat.
Fructose makes us eat more.
Every type of molecule we eat has corresponding hormones that regulate our appetite and tell us when we’re full. It’s like having a little person inside your body shouting, “hey you’ve had enough to eat, you can stop now”. The only problem is with fructose is, that doesn’t happen.
You see fructose creates leptin resistance which means that you will still feel hungry and your brain can’t see it.
This is because with leptin resistance you have high levels of leptin from the high fructose intake which makes your brain think you are in starvation mode even though you’re obese, meaning you’ll keep storing much more fat plus you’ll feel hungry when you’re not.
We don’t want that!
Fructose can make us sick.
 Over the years there has been more and more studies into the effects of fructose on the body. These studies have found that fructose:
– Weakens our immune system making it harder to fight of viruses and infections.
– May cause leptin resistance, throwing body fat regulation out of whack and contributing to obesity.
– Causes fertility issues.
– Makes people insulin resistant, which could lead to obesity and type II diabetes
– Is linked to dementia
– Has been linked to all sorts of cancers including ovaries, breast, prostate, rectum, pancreas, lung and stomach.
– Is just plain addictive!
Studies are already proving sugar to be the biggest cause of fatty liver which leads to insulin resistance, which is now being viewed as the biggest precursor to things like heart disease, diabetes and cancer.
It’s a bit of a bummer as sugary treats do taste great but believe me that once you get off the sweet poison you wont miss it one bit and you’ll feel the best you’ve every felt and will wish that you quit sugar a lot sooner.
So now you know the answer to the question Is sugar bad for you, I hope I haven’t scared you but it’s best to know now rather than keep your head buried in the sand.
1.     Sugar can suppress the immune system.
2.     Sugar can upset the body's mineral balance.
3. Sugar can contribute to hyperactivity, anxiety, depression, concentration difficulties, and crankiness in children.
4.     Sugar can produce a significant rise in triglycerides.
5.     Sugar can reduce helpful high density cholesterol (HDLs).
6.     Sugar can promote an elevation of harmful cholesterol (LDLs).
7.     Sugar can cause hypoglycemia.
8.     Sugar contributes to a weakened defense against bacterial infection.
9.     Sugar can increase the risk of coronary heart disease.
10. Sugar may lead to chromium deficiency.
11. Sugar can cause copper deficiency.
12. Sugar interferes with absorption of calcium and magnesium.
13. Sugar can promote tooth decay.
14. Sugar can produce an acidic stomach.
15. Sugar can speed the aging process, causing wrinkles and grey hair.
16. Sugar can increase total cholesterol.
17. Sugar can contribute to weight gain and obesity.
18. High intake of sugar increases the risk of Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis.
19. Sugar can contribute to diabetes.
20. Sugar can cause cardiovascular disease.
21. Sugar can increase systolic blood pressure.
22. Sugar can cause toxemia during pregnancy.
23. Sugar can contribute to eczema in children.
24. Sugar can overstress the pancreas, causing damage.
25. Sugar can cause liver cells to divide, increasing the size of the liver.
26. Sugar can increase kidney size and produce pathological changes in the kidney.
27. Sugar can cause headaches, including migraines.
28. Sugar can increase blood platelet adhesiveness which increases risk of blood clots and strokes.
29. it increases fungal and yeast growth in the body

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