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Obession with Sugar Can Get Us Killed, Here's How I Curbed My Sweet Tooth

When we feel stressed or sad, the first thing that pops up in our minds is the tempting sugary food. The pleasure brought by it is just soooo incomparable. From child to adult and to elderly, very few of us really hate the taste of sweetness. We’re born to like #sugar. But we also know how bad it can be when we consume much sugar. Obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and many more serious health issues are the possible results of consuming too much sugar. All of these increase our risk…

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If You Have A Sweet Tooth, Your Immune System Is More Likely To Suffer

We all know sugar is bad for us. Health experts who disagree about other aspects of diet, seem to come together on the topic of sugar: just don’t eat it. You are probably used to hearing that weight gain and #tooth decay are two common and unpleasant side effects of an obsession with sugary treats. Yet, sugar has other lesser-known but equally dramatic effects on the body’s overall health. Researchers #have found that excess sugar consumption weakens your body’s #immune #system, greatly impacting your body’s ability to fight infections like…

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6 Things You Didn't Know Increase Your Chance Of Having Tooth Decay

Growing up, we learned a lot of important lessons on how to maintain proper oral hygiene to prevent #tooth #decay. These lessons taught us that failing to brush our teeth regularly, eating high sugary foods, and other carbohydrates can cause tooth decay. However, most of us failed to address the most obvious causes of tooth decay. Tooth Decay Comes From The Destruction Of Tooth Enamel To understand the cause of tooth decay, you have to understand that it is the result of the destruction of our teeth enamel, which is the…

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Sweet Tooth Doesn't Only Ruin Your Health, But Also Your Mind And Productivity

Obesity is a prevalent problem across the world. Take America as an example, the national obesity rate is now estimated at 35.5%, which is statistically higher than the number of citizens who are merely overweight. While there are many potential triggers for obesity, an excess level of sugar consumption is thought to be one of the most influential. While the average male should consume no more than 37.5 grams of sugar each day, the average American man takes in an estimated 126 grams (which is the equivalent of 22 teaspoons). This…

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