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Tuesday, January 03, 2017

Can sugar really give you CANCER?

Sugar has unique physiological, metabolic and hormonal effects in the human body that are likely to directly trigger disorders such as diabetes, heart disease and even cancerDiet author reveals how the smallest amount can trigger health problems such as heart disease and diabetes In the past 30 years obesity rates have doubled, along with the rise of diabetes People who are obese and diabetic also tend to higher risk of cancer and stroke Some experts say we 'eat too damn much', others blame the effects of sugar
By Gary Taubes For The Daily Mail
Over the past 30 years obesity rates have doubled and the rise in diabetes has been just as unstoppable.

The problem doesn't stop with these conditions — people who are obese and diabetic also tend to have high blood pressure and they have a higher risk of heart disease, cancer, stroke, even Alzheimer's disease. So what's happening? Something has changed dramatically in our diets, our lifestyle or our environment to trigger these unprecedented epidemics. But what? + Sugar has unique physiological, metabolic and hormonal effects in the human body that are likely to directly trigger disorders such as diabetes, heart disease and even cancer The obesity then causes them to develop diabetes. As a top nutrition expert at Harvard University once said: 'The only trouble with the American diet is that we eat too damn much.' And the finger of blame has been pointed, if anything, at dietary fat. The most likely cause, though, lies elsewhere — sugar. Not because we eat too much, but because sugar has unique physiological, metabolic and hormonal effects in the human body that are likely to directly trigger disorders such as diabetes, heart disease and even cancer. It might not surprise you to hear that sugar is a bad guy....................

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