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Sugar Drug. Metabolizing Sugars

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Sugar Drug. Metabolizing Sugars 

Sugar Drug. It is of importance to note that the human body metabolizes fructose and glucose very differently. While virtually every cell in the body can metabolize glucose, the liver cells are alone in their capacity to metabolize fructose. This fact alone should raise a red flag, as the liver is the primary organ for metabolizing all toxins and poisons that enter the body. When we consume HFCS in any food, this sugar goes undigested and rapidly enters the bloodstream. Unbound fructose in the blood causes a huge spike in blood sugar and insulin, which with prolonged exposure can lead to insulin resistance and diabetes. It then travels to the liver where it stimulates the production of triglycerides and cholesterol. This leads to a condition known as nonalcoholic fatty liver. This was virtually nonexistent prior to 1980 (ten years after the introduction of HFCS to the world) but now affects 30% of all adults in developed countries. Sugar Drug.

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Sugar Drug. In addition to the increased fat deposits, excess fructose causes elevated blood pressure, increased free radical production, promotes fat build up around visceral organs (belly fat), and makes the tissues insulin resistant to the uptake of glucose, causing high blood sugars. According to a 2010 article published in the New England Journal of Medicine, elevated insulin levels are a precursor to cardiovascular disease. Metabolizing Sugars. Here’s another amazing comparison. The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) states that between 1970 and 1990, the consumption of HFCS increased 1,000 percent. This exponential increase is also mirrored by a doubling in the incidence of diabetes to the tune of 350 million since 1980, fueled by an epidemic rise in obesity in the United States. Sugar Drug.

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Sugar Drug. In the last thirty years, we’ve also seen a threefold increase in childhood diabetes. This is catastrophic if you realize that before 1980, it was rare to find individuals under the age of thirty with either type 1 or 2 diabetes, and now it’s becoming normal to diagnose ten-year-olds with both type 1 and 2 diabetes. Metabolizing Sugars. The entire dynamic of our food culture has been stripped of once-standard, naturally-grown foods into fast, cheap, processed pseudo-foods. So, today, instead of children being barraged with advertisements and commercials on a Saturday morning full of cartoons, a countless number of sugary food products race across the screen, manipulating your child’s desires. Each is stuffed full of sugary Pied Piper artificial sugars to evoke desperate begging for their purchase. The food industry spends billions of dollars to tantalize children’s taste buds with this unnatural sugar as the secret sauce to the crazed loyalty to their products. Sugar Drug.

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Sugar Drug. HFCS isn’t limited to just food products. It just so happens to be 40% of sugar that is added to soft drinks and the drinks that are often called ‘juice’ but typically contain 3% or less of actual fruit juice. It is also inserted into white and wheat breads, cereals, snacks that are labeled as healthy, as well as crackers, ketchup, chips, candy bars, salad dressing, and pretty much anything that isn’t in the produce section of the supermarket. The Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy, a non-profit watchdog group, analyzed 55 of the top brand-name foods and found that one-third contained HFCS with trace amounts of mercury. Most recently, the corporations have underhandedly rebranded HFCS as just simply ‘fructose’ as if it were naturally occurring. This is exactly why public policies like the Dark Act are abominable to the health of the public. Despite the overwhelming amount of evidence and correlation between the introduction of HFCS and the increased prevalence of obesity, diabetes, cancer, and other illnesses, sugars in all forms are still dramatically increasing in our food supplies. Sugar Drug.

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Sugar Drug. The truth is that without the presence of natural fiber, all forms of sugars are acidic. Excess sugar feeds disease in the body. Whether it be diabetes or cancer. This includes some vegetables, especially if the body is already in an acidic state. More specifically, I’m referring to starchy vegetables like peas, carrots, corn, potatoes, and winter squash. When unnatural starches are broken down in the body, they release carbonic acid in the blood. In order to maintain the body’s critical alkaline pH, the body pulls from its alkaline reserves, like calcium in the bones or magnesium out of the cells. The sugars produced as by-products of starches are released more rapidly than the sugars that result from eating fruits. This inevitably leads to spikes in blood sugar. Excess sugars in the blood overburden the pancreas and eventually leads to the development of diabetes. Sugar Drug.

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Sugar Drug. There are two types of diabetes, but in either case, the burden of excess sugar/acid in the blood and resulting overproduction of insulin makes the blood viscous, which causes vessel and organ damage and chronic fatigue. These same sugary foods begin their mischief in the mouth by causing dental cavities. As we chew these foods, they leave behind acid residues that eat away at the enamel of our teeth. And of course, anything strong enough to drill through teeth, one of the hardest parts of the human body, is most certainly capable of dissolving organs like the pancreas. Although sugar is viewed as a food, it is technically a drug because it produces a physiological effect on the body once ingested. This is especially the case for HFCS. Like most drugs and toxins, HFCS can only be metabolized in the liver. When the liver metabolizes fructose, a cascade of negative effects go into play: A by-product called uric acid is produced, which can cause gout and hypertension; the liver becomes insulin resistant, dyslipidemia occurs, and ultimately all these factors can lead to cirrhosis of the liver. Sugar Drug.

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Sugar Drug. Oddly enough, fructose is capable of creating the same illnesses as alcoholism. It can manipulate the same opioid pathways in the brain as heroin or morphine, which leads to the addictive behavior. Studies have shown that sugar can be up to eight times more addictive than cocaine. All of the markers for addictions to illicit drugs resemble the behaviors of sugar addiction. Physiologically, the ingestion of sugar leads to the release of opioids and dopamine, which produces the intoxicating sensation that ultimately carries the addiction. Many studies have demonstrated that sugar stimulates the brain’s pleasure and reward centers. These areas are located in the emotional centers of the brain. The dopamine release produces the ‘feel good’ vibe, and the opioids release produce the ‘stoner-like’ sensation. These same effects can be seen with nicotine, heroin, and alcohol. The consumption of sugar also produces cravings in its absence, bingeing in its presence, and withdrawals without prolonged usage, just like any other drug with addictive potential. The addiction is not an illusion, and the withdrawal symptoms can be just as painful as eliminating nicotine or caffeine. But this perfectly explains the sugar addiction, which has been nicely gift-wrapped as a harmless sweetener for pastries, candy, pasta, bread, ice cream, and cavity-laden drinks. Sugar Drug.

 

 

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