Understanding The Relationship Between Sugar and Obesity

Sugar is a big problem

40% of adults are obese.   A diagnosis of obesity must be taken as seriously as any other potentially fatal condition. Weight loss is the only answer and this is a disease that luckily can be reversed. One of the dangers is the fact that fat is living tissue that needs nutrients and will compete with the rest of your body for them. The most common deficiencies of overweight individuals is vitamin D and calcium.

Many Risks

Overweight men and women produce higher levels of the female hormone estrogen. This means overweight women have a higher risk of breast cancer. A protein made by fat cells keeps your blood from fighting clotting of the arteries promoting plaque and arterial disease. Substances secreted by fat tissues makes the body less sensitive to insulin, causing diabetes. Those same factors increase inflammation in the body, which may play a role in autoimmune diseases. Obesity numbers are climbing at an alarming rate.

The Sugar Chart

Take a closer look at the image with this article.  Sugar is a major culprit. So many life threatening disease can be avoided with sugar management and for most of us, it is not because we are unwilling to make changes, it is because we simply do not know what changes to make, that we simply give up.

Sugar is literally destroying our health and vitality, one tiny granule at a time. It’s addictive properties make it incredibly difficult to give up on our own.

No matter how much or how often to workout, you will never get the results you desire if you don’t change bad eating habits. Bad habits and cravings are all because of one thing: SUGAR ADDICTION.

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Check our post on Belly Fat which explains the serious health dangers associated with Sugars Insulin Resistance and Diabetes.  There is a FREE COURSE which will give you the complete rundown.

There are several other posts which address the problem and we do have a diet plan which has been successful over the last 9 years.


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