Sugar Free Please

I am a sweet tooth! I did consume too much sugar in my youth. I am fully aligned with the belief that almost all disease begins in the mind but also  much of it in the gut, predicated upon how when why and what we eat, with only about 5% of illness due to genes. 

To this end it makes no sense to add too much sugar to your diet. Most of us get away with about a half t-spoon daily if we are well. 

Luckily there are sweet alternatives like stevia leaf, maple syrup and fresh fruit. 

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Why Go Sugar Free? 

According to Nancy Appleton (doctor and author of the book “Lick the Sugar Habit”) some of the negative consequences of sugar consumption include:

If you need a hand to break the sugar craving habits, sugar addiction & or overconsumption, including any symptoms please book an appointment with Ruth. 

 

 

  • Sugar upsets the mineral relationships in your body: causes chromium and copper deficiencies and, interferes with absorption of calcium and magnesium.

  • Sugar feeds cancer cells and has been connected with the development of cancer of the breast, ovaries, prostate, rectum, pancreas, biliary tract, lung, gallbladder and stomach.

  • Sugar can cause many problems with the gastrointestinal tract including: an acidic digestive tract; indigestion; malabsorption in patients with functional bowel disease; increased risk of Chrohn’s disease; and, ulcerative colitis.

  • Sugar greatly promotes the uncontrolled growth of Candida Albicans (yeast infections).

  • Sugar can interfere with the absorption of protein.

  • Sugar causes food allergies.

  • Sugar contributes to eczema in children.

  • Sugar can impair the structure of DNA.

  • Sugar lowers the ability of enzymes to function.

  • Sugar reduces learning capacity, adversely affecting school children’s grades and cause learning disorders.

  • Sugar worsens the symptoms of children with ADHD.

  • Sugar in juvenile rehabilitation camps,-when children were put on a low sugar diet, there was a 44 percent drop in antisocial behaviour.

  • Sugar increases the risk of Polio.

  • Sugar dehydrates newborns.

  • Sugar contributes to obesity.

  • Sugar can cause a decrease in your insulin sensitivity thereby causing an abnormally high insulin levels and eventually diabetes.

  • Sugar is addictive!

Contact

Beat sugar cravings, sugar consumption, sugar mood swings and chronic illness, talk to Ruth. 

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