The Truth About Sugar Addiction and What Should Be Done About it
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There has been a lot of debate about the possible negative effects of dietary sugar on human health. In the last few decades a series of scientific studies have been undertaken with the same goal: to establish a connection between the increased intake of dietary sugar and several major health risks with obesity being a major focus. The implications from these studies should be clear, but are they?
Sugar Addiction: The Explanation of a Modern Health Crisis and Its Possible Solution
This book will explain the results of this research in the context of understaning our metabolic processes and genetic predispotion to sugar addiction. It will explain:
- What role do carbohydrates have in metabolism?
- What is dietary sugar? What is refined sugar and how is it made?
- Is the High-Fructose Corn Syrup used in a processed food different from other types of dietary sugar?
- How do you distinguish naturally occurring sugar from added dietary sugar or low caloric sweeteners by reading a product’s label?
- To what extent does dietary sugar influence a sudden rise in a number of obese children and adults?
- Is there a single, simple solution to dealing with sugar addiction?