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50 Things to Know About Beating Sugar Addiction
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Chapter 1 – Why Sugar is Bad
1. Causes Obesity
2. Suppresses Your Immune System
3. Causes Inflammation
4. Promotes Glycation
5. Raises Insulin Levels
6. Typically Has Loads of Fructose
7. Really Is Empty Calories
8. Causes Fat Deposits in the Liver
9. Aggravates Cholesterol and Triglyceride Levels
10. Raises Risks of Many Diseases
11. Doesn’t Cause Satiety Properly
12. Causes Resistance to the Leptin Hormone
13. Interferes with Human Growth Hormone Release
14. The World Health Organization Recommends You Cut Down
Chapter 2 – Benefits of Removing Sugar from Your Diet
15. Save Money
16. Lose Weight
17. Experience Greater Motivation and Energy Levels
18. Be Hungrier for Real Food
19. Experience Less Anxiety
20. Have More Willpower
21. Develop Clearer Skin
22. Stop Obsessing Over Food
23. Eat Less Pre-Packaged Food
24. Spend Less on Medical Bills
Chapter 3 – What You Need to Know About Sugar Addiction and Withdrawal
25. You Can Be Addicted to Sugar
26. Sugar Addiction Messes with Your Brain’s Reward System
27. Sugar Can Control Your Behavior
28. Sugar Withdrawal Is Also Real
29. These Factors Influence Sugar Withdrawal Severity
30. Sugar Withdrawal Can Affect the Mind
31. Sugar Withdrawal Can Affect the Body
32. Withdrawal Time Can Vary
33. You Might Need to Go Cold Turkey
Chapter 4 – Tips to Start Living Sugar Free
34. How Much Sugar is “Healthy”
35. Can You Still Eat Sugary Whole Foods?
36. Is Raw Sugar Better?
37. What Are the Different Types of Sugars?
38. How to Reduce Sugar in Your Diet
39. Sugars in Processed Food Items
40. Get Rid of Junk Food
41. Is Honey Good For You?
42. Reduce Hidden Sugars
43. Drop Sugary Drinks
44. “Healthy” Foods with Lots of Sugar
45. “Healthy” Drinks with Lots of Sugar
46. Beware of Fruit
47. Reduce Carbohydrates
48. Grains, Carbs and Sugar
49. “Safe” Levels of Sugar Are Very Low
50. Keep It Up!
The profile of the standard modern day diet has evolved quite a bit in the last several decades in a way that is potentially dangerous to people who are not vigilant. With the advent of processed foods and the increased usage of sweeteners such as High Fructose Corn Syrup, people are eating more and more sugar in their diet.
It should come as no surprise that an estimated 70% of American adults are overweight or obese based on this increased consumption of sugar. The term “Sugar Addiction” has become synonymous with this phenomenon, and for good reason. Once acclimated to daily high doses of sugar consumption, it can be a difficult cycle to break.
The link between Sugar Addiction and the following health conditions are only just starting to be understood:
- Type 2 Diabetes
- High Blood Pressure
- High Cholesterol
- Increased Risk for Gallstones and Kidney Stones
- Diminished Brain Function
It is obvious that cutting down on the consumption of sugar and ultimately breaking sugar addiction is a necessary and beneficial component in continued long term positive health. It is also obvious that you must not depend on the food industry or government regulations to start making healthy decisions for you.
This book is a list of 50 things to know about breaking sugar addiction. I hope that by reading this book you can cut down on and/or eliminate your daily consumption of sugar and improve your quality of life. The short term process of ridding your diet of sugar can be vexing but the long term health benefits are well worth it!
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Sugar can increase weight gain and lead to severe cases of obesity. This is only in part due to the excessive calories that are in a diet high in sugar. Foods that contain sugar are often not very filling, so there is a tendency to eat way too much. It also interferes with hormone levels in the human body, which can cause weight gain.