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Sugar’s dangerous effects on your health and tips to lower cravings.

Category : Healthy Products · by Jun 7th, 2011

Everyone knows that sugar is bad for you, but many think that avoiding sugar is just a weight-loss choice. Even though sugar does contribute to obesity, many don’t realize how much it affects your mind and immune system. In recent studies sugar has been linked to certain cancers, allergies, ADHD, autism and bowel diseases such as IBD.

This eye-opening article from the Weston A. Price Foundation offers a comprehensive view on:

  • The effects of refined sugars on kids and adults
  • The vast amount of diseases and disorders associated with excessive sugar intake
  • The addictive nature of refined sugar
  • Ways to cut down on your intake
  • Healthy alternatives to sugar

Weston A. Price Foundation- Zapping Sugar Cravings

I want to know about your take on sugar!

How do you lower your sugar intake?

What do you use instead of sugar as natural sweeteners?

Please leave a comment with your responses

Paula Tipton-Healy L.M, CiHom

Homeopathic & Nutritional Consultant
www.diverticulitisinfo.com

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(12) comments

Hannah
6 years ago ·

This article is great! I definitely watch my sugar intake more carefully after reading this. I like to use stevia, coconut sugar and dates as sugar alternatives. I think it tastes better when you make it yourself! Buying store bought foods with tons of sugar don’t have as much flavor!

    Paula
    6 years ago ·

    You are right, Hannah! I like Xylitol too…have you tried that? I haven’t cooked with it yet though. Have you?

Hannah
6 years ago ·

I like xylitol too. It works well with baking and is a good equal substitute for sugar. Coconut sugar is good for baking too.

Cesar
6 years ago ·

What an eye opener for me a junk food adict; and even Honey is bad, ah…. Wow… Popsicles are bad if you have 4 to 6 at one time like me… It was definitly scary for me to find out how bad, how very bad Sugars are… In most every junk food there is sugar and white flour both basically inbalance and destroy our body..
I use mostly Honey and brown sugar; But I also eat a lot of Junk; so.. I will definitly have to watch for any kind of sugar intake more carefully from now on..
And keep drinking water instead of pop or any carbonated beverage…
I really needed to read this article…
Thanks very Much Paula!

Paula
6 years ago ·

And so much hidden sugars of so many types…even those that claim to be ‘natural’ or ‘organic’!
Label reading and a new commitment to reducing sugar intake might be in order!

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Jessica
6 years ago ·

I drink tea every morning and I have been using xylitol. I tastes fine and it makes me feel better knowing its better for me!

    Paula
    6 years ago ·

    Me too! I used to use stevia (and still do) but it sometimes has a bit of an ‘after taste’ in tea but xylitol tastes the same as sugar to me!

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