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Sugar, Sugar, Sugar and moe sugar! Who doesn't love suagr- we all do-Right? But Sugar in high doses and quantity is VERY VERY BAD for your health!

Sugar has been introduced to our taste bud from very early in life. Everythng we eat (processed) has some amount of sugar in it

WHY?  because sugar is one of the most common food  preservative handed down through generations.

We have grown ascustomed to the taste of sugar and we believe that anything that doesn't have a high concentration of sugar in to is tasteless, so without even thinking about the impact sugar has on our HEALTH, we reject it and choose the foods that our taste buds love.

Truth is not everything that taste good- is good for us and sugar is one of those things.

Having too much sugar will lead to all sort of DISEASE and chronic illnesses. 

Here are 5 REASONS WHY SUGAR IS BAD FOR YOU!

 

1. SUGAR LEADS TO DIABETES

Having too much sugar is the leading causes of Type 2 Diabetes. When sugar is not broken down in our bodies it turns into Concenstrated Sugar (carbohydrate)

This then puts alot of strain on your prancreas to breakdown this sugar. because of the over use and strain on the pancreas, insulin production starts to fail and before you know it you are diabetic.

 

2. SUGAR CAUSES WEIGHT GAIN 

A significant risk of consuming excess dietary sugar is weight gain.

In most cases, sugary foods and drinks are high in calories. Consuming too many of these products will lead to weight gain, even with regular exercise. There is strong showing that excess dietary sugar is a cause of weight gain.

As the body usually digests products containing added sugars more quickly, they do not offset hunger for very long. This can lead to eating more regularly throughout the day and a greater calorie intake overall.

It is important to note that sugar does not cause weight gain and obesity by itself. Sugar is one of several causes. Being overweight or obese is the result of a complex interaction between diet, physical activity, genetics, and social and environmental factors.

However, limiting the amount of sugar in a diet is one of the simplest ways to prevent weight gain.

 

Sweet Danger of sugar-Harvard

 Healthline