Today we’re going to look at the impact of sugar on your health…
Many people ask me for the simple answer to the question: “What’s the worst thing I can eat?”
Unfortunately, we live in a pretty toxic world, so there is no shortage of answers…but….I’d have to say that sugar is right up there at the top!
…and…it’s in ALMOST EVERYTHING WE EAT! You really have to read labels and look to find it.
Sometimes food companies hide it under different names, so at least look at the number of grams of sugar on the label and try to keep it under 6g per serving when choosing a product.
There is little to no nutritional value in plain sugar, and it helps to feed pathogens (critters that make us sick: fungi, bacteria…)…double whammy.
In this video I talk about the trends and some better options that you can choose.
No, it’s not artificial sweeteners! These are sometimes worse than sugar for the impact they have on the brain (Read the book “Excitotoxins” by Russell Blaylock, MD, neurosurgeon).
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