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What Really Happens When You Stop Eating Sugar—and Why It’s Not a Great Plan

What Really Happens When You Stop Eating Sugar—and Why It’s Not a Great Plan

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Excessive Sugar Intake

The excessive consumption of sugar is linked to an increased risk of poor health outcomes such as:

  • heart diseases;
  • type 2 diabetes;
  • weight gain;
  • higher blood pressure;
  • inflammation and many more.

It's not recommended to consu...

Sugar Comes in Many Different Forms

Your body is never without sugar. Even on the days, you don't "eat" sugar, your body still produces sugar, only in a different complex form.

Everything you eat - from fats to protein - will break down into sugar once we eat them. Sugar can come in the form of glucose, fruc...

A Better Approach To Quitting Sugar

The best approach to quitting sugar is to eat it when you want it. The more you allow yourself to consume the foods that you feel are addictive, the more they tend to lose their excitement.

The main reason as to why we "crave" and look for sugar or feel why we're addicted ...

Sugar Detox Rules Are Vague

Those who advocate for "quitting sugar" make arbitrary rules by listing down which foods are okay to eat and the ones that they are going to avoid.

However, this then becomes a slippery slope because there's no standard to what a sugar detox entails. As time goes on, the lack of an agreed-...

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