Sugar

The Truth About Sugar and Addiction

The Truth About Sugar and Addiction

  • High-sugar diets are the primary culprit in skyrocketing obesity and type 2 diabetes rates, and other chronic health problems associated with insulin resistance
  • Cutting out added sugars can improve biomarkers associated with health in as little as 10 days — even when overall calorie count and percentage of carbohydrates remains the same
  • Added sugars are pernicious in virtually all processed foods. A package of sweet and sour chicken with rice contains over 12 teaspoons, more than a can of soda, and twice the daily recommended amount of sugar High-sugar diets are the primary culprit in skyrocketing obesity and type 2 diabetes rates, and other chronic health problems associated with insulin resistance Cutting out added sugars can improve biomarkers associated with health in as little as 10 days — even when overall calorie count and percentage of carbohydrates remains the same Added sugars are pernicious in virtually all processed foods. A package of sweet and sour chicken with rice contains over 12 teaspoons, more than a can of soda, and twice the daily recommended amount of sugar