Update–March 24th, 2020:
When you eat sugar, you can REDUCE immune system function within 30 minutes of consumption — which could mean 50% reduction in the ability for white blood cells to kill germs. Learn to remove hidden sugars from your diet to help improve immune system activity, end cravings, stop weight gain and reclaim your health! Go here to learn more.
Just a thought: Go to YouTube and search, “Sugar: The Original Gateway Drug”. There is an abundance of information! Up for another suggestion? “Sugar is a drug documentary” on YouTube and pick one.
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Added sugar is hiding in foods many of us think are healthy, like yogurt and energy bars, and even in savory tasting foods like ketchup, breads, salad dressing and pasta sauce.
Too much fructose in added sugar can damage your liver just like too much alcohol.
Here are two YouTube videos with information about sugar–all you need to know to put the brakes on sugar.
Listed below are more videos some may wish to take into consideration, either for themselves and / or loved ones:
The video (above) speaks favorably of the ketogenic diet. There are those who sees this dietary protocol differently. Here’s a recommended source: The Evidence Against the Ketogenic Diet for Cancer (Read the studies which is referenced in the article. Also, keep in mind that “Ketosis is a natural state for the body to be in from time to time. When it occurs, the body burns its fat reserves as energy. Maintaining a state of ketosis for short periods involves minimal risk. However, people with type 1 diabetes should avoid ketosis due to an increased risk of complications People should also avoid being in ketosis long-term, as they may experience fatigue and nutritional deficiencies….” [Source]) Also, For those interested in diet and cancer visit this page.
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Links added to this page on 2-15-2020:
For quite sometime and from time to time I’ve ran across a bit of information about sugar that I thought would awaken concern over sugar addiction. Finally, I’m getting around to sharing the links.
The name of the article is, “Are Oreos addictive? Research says yes”
The next interesting read is titled, “Evidence for sugar addiction: behavioral and neurochemical effects of intermittent, excessive sugar intake”. Here is the link to this Princeton study: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17617461
An event coming up in March: https://getoffsugarsummit.com/?idev_id=21418
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