Why Sweets are Not so Sweet
While we were growing up, our mothers always told us, “Don’t eat too many sweets or you’ll have to go to the dentist to fill your cavities…again!”
Of course, our mothers were right about the connection between sugar and bad teeth. But did you know that sugar is the prominent cause of diabetes, heart disease, cancer, candida, and kidney problems as well as suppressing the immune system?
- Excess sugar causes your body to steal vitamins from other vital organs, leaving you undernourished.
- Excess sugar makes you fat.
- Excess sugar is clearly linked to anxiety, depression, and schizophrenia.
- Excess sugar causes wrinkles by damaging collagen.
Are you ready for tips to STOP sugar cravings?
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P.S. The average American consumes 16-20 teaspoons of added sugar each day- that’s 2-3 pounds of sugar a week! Want to see what consuming 16 teaspoons of sugar looks like?
New York City Health Department