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The Truth About Sugar [VIDEO]

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While fat has been the focus in the American diet over the last few decades, the most dangerous added ingredient is actually sugar.

As fat has been decreased in food products sugar has been increased and the results of the change are astounding.

When the human liver can no longer process sugars they are converted to fats and stored in the body. The human liver can only safely process about 6 teaspoons of sugar a day but the average American is eating about 22 teaspoons of sugar per day. Sugar is the leading cause of heart disease, type 2 diabetes and other long-term illness. About 40% of all disease is directly related to sugars.

The World Health Organization recommends no more than 6 teaspoons (24 grams) of sugar per day. This is far less than the average 22 teaspoons of sugar a day must westerners consume.

Watch Dr. Robert Lustig, author of “Fat Chance” in this video briefly talk about low-fat, sugar, and soda.

Fat Chance: Beating the Odds Against Sugar, Processed Food, Obesity, and Disease
According to Dr Lustig, soda can’t quench thirst. It is formulated to cause thirst and addition. The basic ingredients of a soda recipe is caffeine and salt, which cause more water loss and thirst. Then sugar is added to cover up the taste of the salt.  Sugar is more addictive than many illegal drugs.

Quitting soda will show improved health results in just 10 days.

Sugar in processed food products can be hard to identify because it is known by at least 61 other names. See the list at SugarScience.org.

Surprizingly added sugar is in most processed foods, even ones you would not imagine.

If you wonder:  Why we crave sugar?  Are there better sugars?  How much sugar is in foods we would not expect? and What can we do about added sugars?  Watch this video, “The Truth About Sugar.”

“The Truth About Sugar” follows 4 volunteers who go through the process of learning the science behind sugar and how easily they improved their health.

Easy  to Reduce Sugar in Your Diet:

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