Sugar Is an Addictive Fat Promoter

Back in nature, sugar (mainly fructose) was rare, and because it is essential for energy production in the cells, our taste evolved to like it. And when we were lucky enough to find it, we could stuff ourselves with it because the body has no mechanism to feel full on carbs, unlike protein and fats. In … Continue reading Sugar Is an Addictive Fat Promoter

The Diseases Directly Correlated to Sugar Consumption

Arthritis, asthma, headaches, psoriasis, cancer, intestinal gas, osteoporosis, heart disease, weight gain, PMS, candidiasis, tooth decay, multiple sclerosis, inflammatory bowel disease, cancer sores, cataracts, gallstones, kidney stones, and cystic fibrosis are all diseases and conditions that are negatively affected by the intake of sugar. Dr. David Servan-Schriber says, in his excellent book Anti- Cancer: "Sugar … Continue reading The Diseases Directly Correlated to Sugar Consumption

Easy on the Sugar – It’s Not Sweet at All

The average person in Europe consumes over 60kg of refined sugar per year! This is astronomical in contrast to the 2kg per year consumed by the average person at the turn of the 20th century. An 8- year-old European kid has eaten as much sugar in its life as his grandparents ate in a lifetime! … Continue reading Easy on the Sugar – It’s Not Sweet at All