Sugar has been around for centuries and was eaten in it’s natural form with no major health issues. Today this has all changed due to the refining process of sugar. Sugar can now be found in almost every product in the grocery store. Plus it can cause major health issues. Use this Evils of Sugar PLR Report to educate your readers on why they need to watch their sugar consumption, and educate them on this Syndrome which can make weight loss almost impossible to achieve.
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Why Sugar is Not Good for You
White sugar, or sucrose, is a highly refined and bleached product from sugar cane and sugar beets. Sucrose is glucose that is bonded to fructose in the refining process that makes refined white sugar. This product has gone in and out of favor in the past, and today is mostly out of favor as a cause of disease. The problem is that it is highly addictive because of its sweetness (the fructose bond is twice as sweet as glucose alone) and it is in almost every manufactured food you can buy in the grocery store.
High-fructose corn syrup was established in the United States in the early 1970s as a replacement for the refined sugar at that time, portrayed as evil and bad for you. High-fructose corn syrup was labeled as healthier than sugar and it had a lower cost, since it was made from corn, that would help food containing it be more affordable.
Refined sugar (glucose bonded with fructose), and high-fructose corn syrup, puts too much fructose in your blood stream and causes your liver to become over-burdened. Primitive man only had berries, fruits, and wild honey, if he could get it, as the sweet things in the food supply that was available to him. Our bodies evolved with that as its norm in all the eons of humankind. Primitive man absorbed his fructose in the liver and because he ate so little of it, it caused no problem in his body. It also was not pure, but came in fruits, which also had fiber, vitamins and minerals to offset the fructose.