How Much Sugar Is Too Much?

How Much Sugar Is Too Much?

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A teaspoon of sugar in your coffee or a half-cup of ice cream won’t kill you, all things in moderation, but the average sugar intake in the U.S. is 22 teaspoons per person per day. That’s almost four times as much as the World Health Organizations new guidelines suggest is healthy...

Sugar is considered by many health experts to be pure poison. It is
a highly addictive substance that lurks in more foods than we can
ever imagine. Sugar, when consumed outside of whole, natural
foods, has a toxic effect on the human body and the more you eat, the worse things get for your health...

Make sure you don’t discover the devastating impact that this nutrient-void substance has on your health, when it’s too late...

You should be aware that many real whole foods, such as
fruits and some vegetables, contain varying amounts of natural
sugars, which our bodies need in moderation..

These foods are a far cry from the refined, added sugars lurking in many processed foods and drinks. While natural sugars are coupled with fibre in real foods, which balances their effects in the body, added sugars are dangerous...

So what happens if you eat too much sugar? Here’s a depressing run-down:

Elevates blood glucose
Causes tooth decay
Causes insatiable hunger
Can cause depression
Contributes to weight gain
Can lead to diabetes
Can cause liver failure
Can cause kidney failure
Increases the risk of certain cancers
Can cause heart disease

So it’s time to really cut down on your sugar intake and remember, next time you go shopping, watch out for the sugar content on packaged foods...

Also, be aware of the many other names that are the same as sugar eg. Corn Syrup Solids, Glucose, Dextran, Molasses, Fructose, Date Sugar, Fruit Juice Concentrate, Sucrose and Barley Malt...

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