Should You Give Up Sugar?
|Should You Give Up Sugar?||Darrell Miller||08/20/17|
August 20, 2017 09:14 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Should You Give Up Sugar?
Obesity and type 2 diabetes is on the rise, because of this people are trying to quit sugar. Sugar can be as addictive or rewarding neurologically as drugs are, so it's not an easy task. Average consumption of sugars comes to 75 lbs. a year, this begs the question "what is the right does of sugar?". Since this is a recent development, we are only beginning to see the effects of this type of diet. This isn't the only factor however, as we have seen a change in diet toward sugars, we shifted away from fats and cholesterol. In reality while this was a shift intended to reduce the negative effects of those things, we ended up with a trade that wasn't much better. We should all try to find a balance in diet, and avoid unneeded sugars as much as possible. Stopping soda or reducing sugary drinks is a great way to start.
- Sugar can have the same rewards and affects on your brain as drugs can
- Diets often tend towards one extreme, but a balance is needed in the food eaten.
- Sodas and sugary drinks are an easy thing to eliminate from your diet to reduce your sugar intake.
"Mainly, it’s a source of quick energy that rapidly raises blood sugar"
Read more: //www.nextavenue.org/stop-eating-sugar/