Take charge of your blood sugar. Blood Sugar control is important for diabetes prevention as well as heart disease prevention.
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Blood Sugar Matters! Why?
In 1850, an American ate about 4 lbs of sugar a year. Today, it’s about 150 lbs.
Your read right.
Almost 40 X as much!
Why does it matter? Sugar affects the metabolism. Huge energy rush, and huge energy crash. Adrenal Fatigue is the result. The pancreas is unable to keep up. The immune system does what it can to metabolize the sugar but you get fat.
You get lazy.
You get diabetes.
You wind up with heart disease.
About 500 extra calories are consumed on average world wide daily per person, leading to a pound a week increase in weight. Can you imagine what 7 billion pounds a week would do to the world. Would you put 10 teaspoons of sugar in you morning coffee? Did you know that a can of soda contains 10 teaspoons of sugar?
Tip 1: Stop drinking soda. (including diet soda, next week I’ll tell you why)
Tip 2: As you’ve seen in the video, sugar is everywhere and in everything.Treat ALL CARBS like sugar until you learn to distinguish low glycemic carbs from high glycemic carbs.
Tip 3: Here’s the dangers we face from too much sugar:
Adrenal Glands and Pancreas Damage
Diminished Brain Power
Tip 4: Beware of Hidden Sugars.
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