Why is white sugar toxic to our body? (film and article)

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There are lately in the public space "Trojan horses" who seem to support the prospect of pure and healthy natural food but come with excesses and untruths that poison the understanding of many of the well-intentioned people. One of the topics is sugar which is seen as an absolute poison. This article wants to raise the alarm and help our understanding.

In 1957 Dr. William Coda Martin tries to answer the following question: When is a food food for the body and when is it poison?

Its definition of "poison" was as follows: " From a medical point of view, any substance applied to the body, ingested or having effect in the body

and that can cause disease."

This definition is very broad because many beneficial substances in appropriate quantities can become toxic in large quantities.
Dr. Martin determined that sugar is indeed a poison to the human body and classified it as such.

Sugar is a carbohydrate. Do we need carbohydrates?

Yes! The brain and, in fact, the entire nervous system is a gigantic consumer of carbohydrates, the movement and generation of energy are directly related to the presence of carbohydrates in the body in an appropriate concentration.

Sugar is a natural product extracted from cane or sugar beet but is especially dangerous due to its composition of refined purecarbohydrate. To be white and appreciated on the market of "sweet powder" it is refined several times from a viscous and black substance like tar but with unattractive bitter taste.

In this process the sugar, naturally otherwise, is so processed that it loses its beneficial properties, but remains a sweet and, above all, white substance as the market wishes and knowing also a change in the structure - from levogir becomes dextrogir.

Apparently it is the same substance, but modifying this property makes it more incompatible with life. It's true, if we have, for the moment, a cleft of carbohydrates in the body, ingested white sugar can help but should be given up on its consumption as soon as possible because it produces dechlibre in the body.

Sugar is put in various products even much more than the taste would require, for reasons of typology of consumption. For example coca-cola could contain much less sugar having a better taste. People take the products as they are made, they want them because they are sweet and they consume them even if they feel that there is a lot of sugar in the recipe.

There are sugars that have a beneficial effect in our body, such as, for example, honey but even there excess can be dangerous.

As for sugar, our body cannot use it well because it has been stripped of enzymes, vitamins, minerals and because it has become dextrogir. But it can still use it if it is in great need of carbohydrates, which is exceptionally necessary for the functioning of the central nervous system and, especially, the brain.

What happens when we ingest sugar is a frantic balancing process that takes place inside our body.

Because balance or homeostasis is essential for our bodies, minerals such as sodium, potassium, magnesium and calcium are used to create this balance.
For example, to neutralize the blood that becomes acidic as a result of sugar consumption, calcium is taken from bones and teeth, so caries and osteoprose can occur.
If sugar is consumed every day, our bodies will develop important amounts of these minerals and make us more vulnerable to disease.

Excess sugar affects every organ in the body – including the liver.

The liver is where sugar is stored as glucose. Finally, if the sugar is consumed zilinic, the liver will find itself unable to store excess sugar, it being returned to the bloodstream in the form of fatty acids. Where are these fatty acids stored? In the most inactive areas such as: lower abdomen, buttocks, and thighs. After these areas have been occupied, fatty acids can then be distributed to organs such as the heart and kidneys.

Here are just a few of the diseases associated with excessive sugar consumption:

obesity, cancer, early aging, cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, diabetes mellitus in adults, eczema, candida, kidney stones, depression, anxiety, tooth decay, atherosclerosis, poor brain function and many more.

The main source of energy of cancer cells is glucose. Glucose is a natural and necessary substance in our body but by controlling blood glucose levels, cancer cells run out of fuel and the immune system can be reinvigorated.

There are foods high in sugars that are also natural, are more suitable for consumption but also have negative effects due to abuse. So we can find corn syrup, fructose, sucrose, lactose, molasses, honey, maltose, fruit juices and many other forms.

It is essential to become as aware as possible of the hidden sources in which we can find sugar in our diet, especially in processed and refined foods.

The secret to a balanced life

is in promoting a healthy lifestyle, in practicing regular exercise (especially yoga exercises), choosing a diet based on whole grains, fruits and vegetables, which reduces the level of oxidative stress, in avoiding meat, and especially in avoiding ALB ZAHAR!

Brown sugar unfortunately is not much better than white sugar, so it is good to use natural sweeteners: corn syrup, fructose, sucrose, lactose, molasses, honey, maltose, fruit juices, stevia. But in the right quantities and without abuse.

Thus, natural sugars can provide an energy source and an important element for ensuring the homeostasis of our body's internal environment.

Next we invite you to watch a video about sugar and its harmful effects

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