Most of us are aware that sugar is terrible for you, but most people don’t truly understand WHY it’s so bad.
They tend to believe that more and “harder” exercising will burn off excess sugar. Bad news is that kind of thinking will lead you to an early grave.
It’s not just “burning off sugar”…It’s about what sugar does internally to the cells of your body, and how sugar gums up your internal workings, causing disease.
Here are just a few of the reasons that sugar is killing you…
Sugar causes extreme fluctuations in your blood sugar, and excess blood sugar causes Glycation inside your body, which accelerates the rate of aging of your organs, skin, arteries, and joints.
Sugar also raises your triglycerides to dangerous levels, which can lead you to heart disease. And later also causes Type 2 Diabetes in the long run because you wear out your pancreas and insulin sensitivity.
Sugar also slows down your white blood cells, making infection more likely, and even allowing CANCER cells a better chance to form in your body. Cancer LOVES sugar!
Scary stuff huh!
Of course, you already know that sugar makes you fat, and gives you excess calories without any beneficial nutrients whatsoever.
But we’re NOT talking about tiny amounts such as having 5 grams of sugar from a teaspoon of honey in your tea…
Small amounts of natural sugar like that are not a problem.
The REAL damage occurs when you eat that piece of cake and ingest 40-50 grams of sugar in one sitting, or that bag of candy with 35+ grams of sugar, or that soft drink with 45 grams of sugar or more…
Or even that so-called “healthy” smoothie at the local smoothie shop that contains a whopping 80 grams of sugar because of all of the fruit syrups they use in them.
Now that you know why sugar, wheat, and vegetable oils are killing you and your family, maybe you’ll think twice about eating cereals, breads, bagels, muffins, candy, and processed foods or fried foods from restaurants that are cooked in vegetable oil.
Read the full report including wheat here:
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