Sugar Is Poison – Why It’s The Number 1 Drug

(Last Updated On: August 8, 2020)

Dr. Robert Lustig M.D. revealed that sugar is poison, and it is addictive to the human brain as cocaine setting up the same dopamine triggers forcing you to crave more foods. The first thing you should do is to start cutting out sugar!

Sugar eats your body from within, first attacking the stomach along with the entire gastrointestinal tract slowly destroying the body from the inside out.

Sugar Revolution:

1776 -> 4 lbs (1.8kg) per person/year
1850 -> 20 lbs (9kg) per person/year
1990 -> 120 lbs (54.4kg) per person/year
Now -> 156 lbs (70.7kg) per person/year

In America, heart disease between 1900-1950 had increased by 30%, which was up to three times in only 50 years.

In the 1950’s American physiologist Ancel Keys blamed a high-fat diet for the causes of cardiovascular heart disease, recommending that people should avoid Fat, period.


How Fat Is Wrongfully Persecuted

In 1956 the public was informed that fats such as butter, lard, fatty foods including eggs, cheese, and beef could lead to heart disease.

Based on these studies, the government recommended that people should start eating a low-fat diet to prevent health problems.

This information was pushed out to the public.

It is causing a mass hysteria of people clamoring to get their hands on to fat-free and low-fat products, sacrificing taste in most cases, leading to temporary results when it comes to health and weight loss.

Unfortunately, most low-fat products are high in carbs/refined sugars, which can lead to diabetes, and heart disease, amongst other complications.


How We Have Been Tricked

The food industries and many doctors are very much aware of the dangers of sugar.

Studies from the 1800s have proven that sugar is pretty much a toxin. Sugar is even served to farm animals due to its cheap accessibility.

Later, results have shown that many of the livestock ended up with unnecessary health issues and unexpected deaths. Sugar primarily seemed to be the definite cause of such effects.

In 1957 E.V. McCollum published a book titled “A History of Nutrition: The Sequence of Ideas in Nutrition Investigations” it’s about the flawed experiments in the 1800s, mostly due to human error.

As a scientist back then, it was too expensive to publish a book, so it was distributed and marketed by Nutrition Foundation, Inc.



The Nutrition Foundation Funded by Companies Such as:

The American Sugar Refining Company, Coca-Cola, Pepsi Cola, Curtiss Candy Company, General Foods, General Mills, Nestlé, Pet Milk Company, and Sunshine Biscuits, to name the least.

The book Titled (A History of Nutrition) became a complete success, seemingly encouraging people to consume even more sugary products, on top of that the food companies also used more sugar within their products!

Later on, the food companies cleverly created new names for sugar so that the average consumer couldn’t detect it while reading the food label.

Names Sugar Goes by Are:

  • Agave nectar
  • Brown rice syrup
  • Dextrose
  • Evaporated cane juice
  • Glucose
  • High-fructose corn syrup
  • Lactose
  • Malt syrup
  • Molasses
  • Sucrose

different sugar
They created a new slogan (made from natural ingredients). The fact is all refined sugars come from natural ingredients, so does cocaine and heroin!


The Artificial Sweeteners Were Born – Is It Healthier?

In the ’70s, sugary foods started slowing down. Still, of course, conglomerates had prepared and developed artificial sweeteners.

The major one is aspartame, and it’s used in many products from sodas to Equal and NutraSweet, just to name a few.

After about 16 years, received approval by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) but not before undergoing investigation for fraudulent studies.

For the first time in history, the FDA sought a criminal investigation into a food manufacturer for misrepresenting the safety tests of a product.

They revealed deceased lab animals from tests that were not autopsied for months or years after their deaths so that rotting would render any tumor data inaccurate.

Other animals were found to have tumors cut out and thrown away altogether; the animals with removed tumors labeled as healthy.

We have all the proof that aspartame is toxic; the reason why it isn’t banned is corruption within politics!

Research former U.S. Congressman and former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld in regards to aspartame, and then the hmm or your questioning will begin.

After one concludes their research, you will discover that aspartame is a legalized bioweapon for the masses.


Sugar Is Poison – How Bad Is It Really?

Is sugar the new fat? No, because there are plenty of healthy fats! Sugar is just not healthy at all.

We would say sugar is the new tobacco…addictive!

The recommended daily sugar consumption based on The American Heart Association are:

  • For women six teaspoons/day. One teaspoon is 4g of sugar, that means it’s 24g sugar
  • Men can consume 9 teaspoon/day = 36g/day
  • Children from 2-18 / 3-6 teaspoons/day = 12-24g/day

Statistically, every American consumes around 5.5 ounces (156 g) of sugar a day, 3 pounds (1.4 kg) a week, 13 pounds (5.9 kg) a month, and 156 pounds (70.7 kg) a year.

A little bit of sugar is no problem, but a lot of sugar can kill you slowly.

Worldwide up to 35 million people indirectly fall ill due to their sugar consumption every year, according to a study carried out by a team led by Robert Lustig.

Sugar is added in our food every day without us even realizing it, stimulating the same areas in the brain as alcohol or nicotine.

The reason sugar is toxic is that it can cause a fatty liver, cell aging, and interfere with your brain’s functioning in regulating how much we need to eat.

So how much sugar do we need? Is reducing sugar another option? You won’t like to hear it, but the answer is 0!

There are no biological processes in the body that require dietary sugar. Your liver metabolizes a finite amount already.

Sugar isn’t just about added or free sugars but also comes complements of refined carbohydrates, which quickly convert to blood sugar.


Here Are 9 symptoms That You’re Eating Too Much Sugar:

  • Bad Skin

Sugar can accelerate the formation of wrinkles, and it also leads to dry skin, redness, pimples, and acne.

  • Craving Sweet Foods

Snacking high carbs won’t help to stop cravings; you will have an appetite for more, causing long-term weight gain.

  • Fatigue

Although sugar provides a rapid energy boost, blood sugar levels drop quickly.

However, the body is overwhelmed with a large amount of glucose and cannot use the energy properly. When the low is reached, the exhaustion is more significant.

  • Frequently ill

Sugar weakens the immune system. You will often catch a cold, migraine, headaches, etc.

  • Irritability

High blood sugar can leads to irritability, moody and can also be responsible for Depression.

  • Lack of Concentration And Energy

If you give up sugar, you will have a clearer mind and more energy, Those that practice Keto such as ourselves can attest to these beneficial facts! 🙂

  • Muscle And Joint Pain

Sugar will hyper irritate the muscles and causes joint pain. It can also lead to osteoarthritis. Even sugar can cause inflammation of the joints in and throughout the body in General.

  • Poor Digestion

Sugar damages the intestinal flora like diarrhea, constipation, flatulence, stomach cramps if you have high blood sugar levels.

  • Tooth Decay

Sugar creates decay more than any other food substance.


Why Is Sugar in Every Food?

According to food technologists, sugar is cheap, and it is often used to rebalance the cost of a product. For example, they reduce the oil from an oil-based dressing and add sugar because fat is an expensive ingredient.

The food industry has increased sugar dosing more, and moreover the past century, especially within the past 30 years, they’ve found by doing so consumers bought and consumed exceptionally more.

Since they are making money, there’s no reason to stop, the only thing that can stop them is that we the consumers change our lifestyle of eating!

Foods with sugar are cheap and taste very good, and it’s hard to skip it for even a week, Factually most of us are sugar addicts without even knowing it!

What does the food industry say about Robert Lustig when he proves the toxicity of sugar.

They claim he exaggerates the role of sugar. They claim his comments are melodramatic and hysterical.

They even claim that academics around the world will say that Lustig is raising the issue about consuming too much sugar, but to say sugar is toxic and sugar as a poison as a standalone statement is patently untrue.

According to them, the issue it’s not the sugar or the fat. It’s everything, like eating too much or not enough exercise.

The conclusion is, the food industry doesn’t appear to care as to who or what or how they sell. They seem to focus on their profits, therefore, selling consumers unhealthy junk foods of all sorts.

The sad thing is, they are selling products that continue to hurt people in the long run WORLDWIDE. Money seems to be their primary focus, nothing more nothing less.

Why isn’t the Government taking much action in regard to these sad facts! Maybe we just presented a stupid question, but we can only shake our heads, per usual.

Sugar Lab


How Toxic Is Sugar?

Too much sugar causes weight gain, deteriorates teeth, and can cause dangerous type 2 diabetes.

The late effects of metabolic disease can include visual disturbances and loss of limbs. But this is by no means a complete list of all possibilities of sugar damage.

Many people have chronic illnesses, such as diabetes. In 2015 468’000 Americans were hooked up to have their blood cleaned and purified by dialysis machines; the unfortunate fact is the rate is going up by 10% each year.

A typical dialysis schedule is three sessions per week for 3-5 hours per session.

Dialysis is a costly business with a very high requirement of staff costing around $89’000 per patient annually in the United States, all in one it costs the States $42 billion yearly, and that’s just the cost of dialysis alone!

Many patients with diabetes have other problems as which excludes additional costs, causing a massive burden on the healthcare system.

Sweets, chocolates, soft drinks and juices are causing children dental health issues.

Almost 43’000 children under 18 in England were having their teeth extracted between 2016-2017, which was 170 a day, and it’s increasing every year.

Hmmm, another lucrative business (Dentistry).

Sugary drinks are the number 1 source of sugar for the majority of people on the planet, and it can even be cheaper than water.

Often more impoverished people consume the most of these terrible high carbs so-called soft drinks. Ha! Can you believe it!

Soft drinks, more like HARD DRINKS on your liver and kidneys truth be told, we can only shake our heads once again, surprised that we still have our necks on our shoulders in doing so…ugh.


Too Much Sugar Can Cause Diseases Like:

  • Alzheimer
  • Blood pressure goes up
  • Cancer
  • Damaged the brain
  • Depression
  • Diabetes
  • Fungal infestation
  • Hair loss
  • Heart diseases
  • High risk of MS (Multiple sclerosis) because of lack of immune system
  • Menstrual cramps
  • Nervousness
  • Obesity
  • Sleep problems
  • Skin issues


Is Fructose The Most Dangerous Sugar?

Yes, studies have shown that fructose is more dangerous than table sugar.

Fructose is also a component of high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS). It’s a sugar alternative initially from the USA.

It’s super cheap, and it‘s in all processed food which manufacturers make from corn, and the majority of the corn used to produce it, is genetically modified.

HFCS is mainly used to sweeten foods. In addition to lemonades and soft drinks, these also include sauces, ready-made pizzas, canned fruits, cereals, yogurts, ice cream, and sweet pastries.

For an energy source your cells 
don't need fructose they use 
glucose or ketones.

Most people don’t know that the effects of high fructose corn syrup are similar to ethanol or alcohol, so the body treats it like alcohol, this is one of the reasons why it’s very toxic and is the worst of all carbohydrates to consume.

100% of fructose is metabolized by the liver; many people consume high amounts of fructose regularly, which can overwhelm the liver very fast.

It can cause a fatty liver, is linked to an early death, heart disease, diabetes, weight gain, gout, and also makes you more insulin resistant.

It increases inflammation, and it spikes the cholesterol, it creates high triglycerides (blood fats), and it can produce an enormous amount of visceral fat, which builds and surrounds the gut in and around the organs.

HFCS has a similar effect that alcohol has on the liver and the rest of the body, so think twice if you want to give your child sweets, it‘s basically like giving a child a beer.

Now we understand why most of these children are all running around town with sweet little beer bellies (Visceral Fat). We shake our heads once more…


Not Recommended Sugar:

  • Aspartame

It is an artificial sweetener that is in brands like Equal or NutraSweet.

This sweetener creates problems with your microbiome, your microbes, the good bacteria in your gut, it’s also linked to insulin resistance, and it creates other diseases like heart disease, irritable bowel syndrome, etc.

  • Agave nectar

It’s a low glycemic index, and it doesn’t cause your blood sugar to spike as rapidly after eating, it’s one and a half times sweeter than sugar.

Why is it bad? It has 90% fructose, which is the most dangerous sugar, and it doesn‘t contain new transfer antioxidants.

  • Brown Rice Syrup, Rice Malt Syrup Or Rice Syrup

It’s glucose. It has a higher glycemic index (GI) than regular sugar but will also affect your blood sugar; however, it harms the liver function.

  • Brown Sugar

It’s almost equivalent to white sugar.

  • Dextrose

It is also known as D-Glucose (grape sugar/corn sugar).

You should try cutting down on glucose, try eating a moderate amount of protein and a higher amount of fat to get alternative energy known as ketones circulating in your brain and throughout the body.

Dextrose/Carbs or glucose causes a rapid rise and fall in blood sugar levels spiking insulin continually, leaving you feeling hungry and unsatiated or unsatisfied.

  • High-Fructose Corn Syrup

It includes 55% fructose and 45% glucose, it’s the most dangerous sugar.

  • Honey, Pasteurized

Pasteurizing honey kills not only the enzymes but also damages a lot of the nutrients within, and what you pretty much end up with is processed sugar.

The main ingredient is high fructose corn syrup (HFCS).

Pasteurized honey (HFCS) linked to obesity, diabetes, hypertension, and liver damage.

  • Maltitol

It’s high in GI; it can make you feel hungry, not suitable for diabetics; it raises blood, increases insulin, upsets the stomach, diarrhea, gas, and bloating.

  • Molasses

A waste product from sugarcane and sugar beet, it’s high in sugar only small amounts are ok.

  • Raw Sugar Cane

t is almost equivalent to white sugar, and it causes obesity, diabetes, really bad for the gut. It destroys good bacteria.

  • Saccharin

Found in brands such as Sweet’N Low may increase glucose intolerance, which can result in a prediabetic condition.

This artificially produced sweetener creates problems with your microbiome, microbes the good bacteria in your gut.

It creates fluid attention linked to insulin resistance; it promotes liver inflammation; it also creates diseases such as heart disease, irritable bowel syndrome, etc.

  • Sucralose (Brand like Splenda)

This artificially produced sweetener create problems with your microbiome, your microbes, it creates the fluid attention, they‘re linked to insulin resistance, it reduces the amount of good bacteria in your intestines by 50%, increases insulin secretion by the pancreas and creates other diseases like heart disease, irritable bowel syndrome, etc.

  • Sucrose

Is natural sugar: Found in sugarcane or sugar beet, also known as beet sugar, cane sugar, granulated sugar, refined sugar, table sugar, or white sugar.

Is a disaccharide made up of 50% glucose and 50% fructose, toxic for your body, highly addictive, and causes health problems.

  • Truvia

It is a sweetener developed from Cargill and Coca-Cola, made from 3 ingredients: Erythritol, rebaudioside A, and natural flavors. It is not specified on the label what the added ingredients are.


Alternative Sugar Substitutes:

  • Coconut Sugar & Coconut Nectar Liquid

Is rich in iron, zinc, and good for your gut, but it’s not keto-friendly.

  • Chicory Root

Diabetic- and keto-friendly, rich in vitamins, rich in inulin, natural dietary fiber supports digestive health.

  • Date Syrup & Date Sugar

Is low on the glycemic index, it includes magnesium, potassium, copper, and selenium along with calcium, iron, phosphorus and B vitamins.

  • Fiber Yum Syrup

Non-GMO, it has the least amount of digestive stress interaction, it supports healthy intestinal flora.

  • Honey, Raw

For 1 pound of honey, it takes about 60’000 bees.

It has a lot of health benefits such as antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and anti-allergy (it has pollen and other factors that will help to build up your immune system), it can lower blood pressure, includes B vitamins, magnesium, calcium, and potassium.

Be aware that it also has 50% fructose and 50% glucose, not good if you want to lose weight, it has a high GI (Glycemic Index).

  • Monk Fruit

Diabetic- and keto-friendly, Non-GMO, zero carbs.

  • Non-GMO Erythritol

Is low glycemic index (GI), it doesn’t affect the blood sugar very much.

  • Non-GMO Xylitol

Diabetic- and keto-friendly, Non-GMO, does not raise blood, glucose or insulin levels.

  • Stevia

Diabetic- and keto-friendly, calorie-free and does not raise blood sugar levels.

  • Sukrin Brown Sugar

Diabetic- and keto-friendly, Non-GMO, natural sweetener.

  • Swerve Sweetener

Diabetic- and keto-friendly, Non-GMO, it doesn’t affect blood sugar, only the highest quality ingredients are used.

  • Maple Syrup, Organic & Sugar-Free

Diabetic- and keto-friendly, Non-GMO, a lot of nutrients, low glycemic index (GI), low carb.

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Pay Attention To What You Put In Your Stomach

We all know that cakes, cookies, chocolates, soft drinks, candies, etc. have lots of sugar, but do we know how much of it is within our choices of food? Below you will see examples of food and drinks that will surprise you.

A short refreshment on how much sugar you should ingest:

Women: 24g/day
Men: 36g/day
Children (2-18): 12-24g/day

We recommend avoiding sugar altogether or at least reducing a significant amount. You can also use alternative natural sugar substitutes in preparing sweets, sauces, and drinks, etc.

There are plenty of recipes on creating the same great tasting sweets, sauces, snacks, etc. that we have all come to love, but more healthily, you will see after a while that you won’t seem to crave junk foods/drinks anymore.

Fructose in fruits are good to eat if you are not doing keto; it has fiber; it includes all the nutrients, the phytonutrients, and the vitamins. Fiber makes you feel full.


Shocking News! Unbelievable Sugar Amounts in Food

Quick Summary

100g = 8 tbsp of sugar
100ml = 3.38 fl oz of sugar
4g = 1 tsp of sugar


  • Bread (100g = 5g of sugar)
  • Butter cookie (100g = 25.2g of sugar)
  • Cereals, Kellogg’s Special K Red Berries (100g = 30.4g of sugar)
  • Cornflakes, Kellog’s (100g = 10.5g of sugar)
  • Croissant (100g = 11g of sugar)
  • Crunchy Müsli/Granola (100g = 11-30g of sugar)
  • Honey (100g = 82g of sugar)
  • Pancakes (100g = 6.5g of sugar)
  • Peanut butter salted (100g = 10.5g of sugar)
  • Jam (100g = 49g of sugar)
  • Toast (100g = 6g of sugar)
  • Waffles (100g = 5g of sugar)


  • Baklava (100g = 18.5g of sugar)
  • Carrot cake (100g = 26.6g of sugar)
  • Chocolate pudding (100g = 12g of sugar)
  • Cinnamon rolls, Pillsbury (100g = 22.7g of sugar)
  • Creme Brulee (100g = 20g of sugar)
  • Donut, glaced (100g = 32.2g of sugar)
  • Pasteis De Nata (100g = 19.7g of sugar)
  • Quark/Curd with fruit (100g = 13g of sugar)
  • Yoghurt with fruit (3,5% fat) (100g = 12g of sugar)
  • Yoghurt plain (100g = 4.7g of sugar)


  • Apple juice (100ml = 10.1g of sugar)
  • Berry Veggie all natural fruit & veg juice smoothie by Naked (100ml = 7.5g of sugar)
  • Capri Sun, orange juice (100ml = 10g of sugar)
  • Coca Cola (100ml = 11g of sugar)
  • Dr Pepper (100ml = 11.3g of sugar)
  • Fanta (100ml = 12.5g of sugar)
  • Frappuccino caramel chilled coffee drink (1 bottle = 45g of sugar)
  • Fruit smoothie (100ml = 10.9g of sugar)
  • Ginger Ale (100ml = 9g of sugar)
  • Kool-Aid (100ml = 11.2g of sugar)
  • Mountain Dew (100ml = 10.8g of sugar)
  • Neastea lemon, Nestlé (100ml = 9.4g of sugar)
  • Orange juice (100ml = 10g of sugar)
  • Pepsi (100ml = 8.9g of sugar)
  • Red Bull (100ml = 10.6g of sugar)
  • Sprite (100ml = 9.4g of sugar)
  • 7 up (100ml = 11.8g of sugar)


  • Apple (100g = 10g of sugar)
  • Apricots (100g = 9.2g of sugar)
  • Banana (100g = 17g of sugar)
  • Cherries (100g = 12.8g of sugar)
  • Figs (100g = 16.3g of sugar)
  • Grapes (100g = 15.5g of sugar)
  • Grapefruit (100g = 6.9g of sugar)
  • Kiwi (100g = 9g of sugar)
  • Mango (100g = 13.6g of sugar)
  • Nectarine (100g = 7.8g of sugar)
  • Orange (100g = 9.4g of sugar)
  • Peach (100g = 8.4g of sugar)
  • Pear (100g = 9.7g of sugar)
  • Pineapple (100g = 9.8g of sugar)
  • Plums (100g = 9.9g of sugar)
  • Watermelon (100g = 6.2g of sugar)
  • ¼ cup of dry cranberries contains the same amount of sugar as ¼ cup of candy

Sauce / Dressing

  • Barbecue sauce (100g = 33g of sugar)
  • Cocktail sauce (100g = 22.5g of sugar)
  • Fat-free salad dressing (100g = 7g of sugar)
  • Hoisin sauce (100g = 27.3g of sugar)
  • Ketchup (100g = 22g of sugar)
  • Spaghetti sauce (100g = 5.5g of sugar)
  • Sriracha hot chilli sauce (100g = 15.1g of sugar)

Snacks / Sweets

  • Chewing gum (100g = 80g of sugar)
  • Chips (100g = 4g of sugar)
  • Chocolate (100g = 20 – 70g of sugar)
  • Chocolate chip cookies (100g = 41.5g of sugar)
  • Cracker (100g = 7.9g of sugar)
  • Haribo gummy bears (100g = 46.2g of sugar)
  • Jelly Belly Beans (100g = 70g of sugar)
  • Key Lime Pie (100g = 32g of sugar)
  • Kit Kat (100g = 48.7g of sugar)
  • Lay’s, Oven Baked Potato Chips (100g = 6.1g of sugar)
  • Maoam Pinballs, (100g = 70g of sugar)
  • M&M’s, Mars, Twix (100g = 48.3g of sugar)
  • Muffins (100g = 14.6g of sugar)
  • Popcorn chocolate and caramel (100g = 54g of sugar)
  • Reese’s peanut butter cup (100g = 47.2g of sugar)
  • Skittles (100g = 78.4g of sugar)


Control What You Eat/Buy

It‘s imperative to check every food label before buying it.

We recommend preparing foods by yourself as much as possible so that you can be sure what you’re eating, try avoiding the purchase of manufactured processed products.

Buying natural organic or bio foods is the way to go when it comes to eating and living a healthier lifestyle.

Remember, sugar is addictive to the human brain as cocaine, according to studies and research, always thinks twice about what to grab and what to eat. The first step is reducing sugar day by day.

Your body doesn’t need sugar at all; actually, based on our personal experience cutting out sugar allows us to feel so much better.

We are healthier, along with having more energy, and the best thing is the anti-inflammatory benefits as which are amazing.

Let’s say this…Sigmund’s knees thank him, haha!



Food industries add more and more sugar to their products because it is cheap.

It is all about money and profit as so it seems. Doctors, along with dentists and other healthcare professionals except for a few, appear comfortably treating sick patients with their expensive medicines, health tests, expensive machine treatments, etc.

The food industry finds ways of creating more toxic sugars along with addicting additives with the guise as new and improved brands of names.

Our way of protesting merely is eating natural healthy organic foods instead of processed, manufactured junk!

Remember, we are not dumpsters or rubbish heaps! So it doesn’t make sense to ingest trash into our bodies!

We are not doctors; we are two human beings dedicated to the educating of others in the ways of eating and living a long healthy lifestyle!

So share this information with as many people as you can! Let’s be healthy together… always! 😉

Start cutting this toxic food out of your list and treat your body like a temple, you will appreciate it later when you’re older.

For any further questions/information, please leave a message below.

Cheers to Healthy Living,
Anh-Tu and Sigmund
Anhtu & Sigmund

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    As a Doctor, I agree with what you wrote Sugar is so dangerous and so addictive. So many diseases we have now related to sugar like the silent slow killer Diabetes. I love your post so much! keep the hard work and adding more information for people to learn and stay healthy!

  2. sharriv

    I have been on the keto diet for 2 years now.
    It has changed my while life.
    I was also addicted to sugars and did not even know it, until I did not eat them any longer.
    You did mention about joint pain. I have been living with back pain for as long as I can remember over 25 years, I would wake up stiff and ache all over. Now I do not have those kinds of pains anymore. I have lost about 25 pounds and the greatest part kept it off.
    Keto is not easy I will the first to admit this, but when you start it will change your life for the best. Share it with a friend and save their life. I truly believe that 90% of chronic ilness can be cured with keto.
    Grear article and thank you for sharing this.

  3. Kat

    I find it so frustrating that so many businesses that market sugar-laden products have funded the Nutrition Foundation over the years, which has falsely influenced society so prominently. We have so many competent and accurate studies now that demonstrate the value of low carb living, and that saturated fats aren’t linked to heart disease as previously thought however it’s taking such a long time for mainstream society to shift this fear of fat and take on the idea of quitting sugar. It does take a bit of conscious effort to stop eating sugar, but when it’s one’s health at stake it’s worth it. I quit sugar once and for all on 2 January 2016 and found that although it was a challenge at first, it’s doable and I feel so much better for it. I found it also affected my anxiety levels, so now I am mostly anxiety free.

    I could go on, as I agree with this post wholeheartedly and appreciate how much you have shared in such a valuable way. I also love that you’ve included the sweeteners to avoid, especially as there are so many names to trick you what they are. Thanks for sharing.

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