The Harsh Reality Of ‘Sweet’

The Harsh Reality Of ‘Sweet’

  • by Matt Jennings
  • February 27, 2017

Sugar leads to insulin resistance

Sugar promotes inflammation in the body

Sugar can lead to weight gain

Sugar contributes to non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. In fact, our livers process fructose very similarly to the way they process ethanol. Lustig calls fructose “alcohol without the buzz.”

Sugar appears to act like fertilizer for cancer cells

Sugar/High fructose in diets decrease HDL levels, while reducing the diameter and increasing the density of LDL particles

Glucose and in particular fructose can bond to – glycate – proteins and lipids without proper enzymatic control