The dangerous sugar

Sugar can interfere with the cooperation between the various minerals and cause copper and chromium deficiency and impair the absorption of calcium and magnesium.

Sugar can cause a rapid rise of adrenaline, hyperactivity, anxiety and difficulty with concentration.

Sugar can produce fat.

Sugar can cause decreased elasticity of the connective tissue = give more wrinkles.

Sugar can feed the cancer cells associated with development of cancer of the breast, ovaries, prostate, rectum, liver, lung, gallbladder and stomach.

Sugar can weaken eyesight.

Sugar can cause many problems with digestion, increase the risk of inflammation of the intestines.

Sugar can cause premature aging.

Sugar can lead to alcoholism.

Sugar can make saliva acidic = increase the risk of tooth decay and gum disease.

Sugar can lead to obesity.

Sugar can cause autoimmune diseases such as arthritis, asthma, MS.

Sugar can give you serious fungal infection, candida.

Sugar can cause gallstones.

Sugar can cause appendicitis.

Sugar can cause hemorrhoids.

Sugar can cause varicose veins.

Sugar can elevate glucose and insulin response in humans who eat the pill.

Sugar can lower the vitamin E levels.

Sugar can increase the systolic blood pressure.

Sugar can interfere with the absorption of proteins.

Sugar can cause food allergies.

Sugar can cause poisoning in pregnancy (protein in urine).

Sugar can contribute to eczema in children.

Sugar can cause atherosclerosis and cardiovascular disease.

Sugar can impair your DNA structure.

Sugar can change the protein structure, causing permanent changes in how the protein acts in the body.

Sugar can parental skin by altering the collagen.

Sugar can cause cataracts and nearsightedness.

Sugar can cause emphysema.

Sugar in large amounts can impair the physiological homeostasis (balance) in many body systems.

Sugar can weaken the enzymes’ ability to function.

Sugar can worsen Parkinson’s disease, these patients have been found to feel worse if they eat a lot of sugar.

Sugar can increase liver size by the cells divide and it stores more fat.

Sugar can increase kidney’s size and produce pathological changes such as kidney stones.

Sugar can damage the pancreas (pancreatic).

Sugar can increase the retention of body water.

Sugar is the enemy number 1 of your bowel movements.

Sugar can reduce capillary thickness.

Sugar can make your joints more fragile.

Sugar can cause headaches, including migraine

Sugar can reduce the learning capacity, affect the results and cause learning disorders.

Sugar can cause an increase in delta-alpha and theta waves which can alter your ability to think clearly.

Sugar can cause depression.

Sugar can increase the risk of gout.

Sugar can increase the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.

Sugar can cause hormonal imbalances such as increasing estrogen in men, exacerbating PMS, and reduce growth hormone.

Sugar can lead to dizziness.

Sugar in a large amount in the food increases the free radicals and oxidative stress.

Sugar in large amounts in food during pregnancy can lead to significant reduction in fetal growth, even in young children.

Sugar creates equally strong as heroin.

Sugar can poison like alcohol.

Sugar for premature can affect the amount of carbon dioxide they produce.

Sugar in small quantities increase emotional stability.

The sugar in the body changes to 2-5 times more fat than starch.

Sugar absorbed quickly makes for an abnormal increase in food intake in obese people.

Sugar can worsen the symptoms of children with ADHD problems.

Sugar can slow down the adrenal gland’s ability to function.

Sugar has the ability to induce abnormal metabolitiska processes of a healthy person and to accelerate the chronic degenerative processes.

Sugar in large amounts can cause epileptic seizures.

Sugar can increase blood pressure in obese people.

Sugar can by reduced intake save lives in emergency medical care.

Excerpts taken from Dr. Mercola: Certified nutritionist Birgitta Holmner


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At the age of ten Sophia moved from Sweden in 1998 and has since lived in several locations around the world including Spain, and has been residing in North Cyprus for four years now. Her educational background is in marketing, hotel management and real estate, and she now works as a real estate agent and is editor in chief for New Cyprus Magazine. If you any questions for Sophia, please write to: