- Sugar has addictive properties.
- There is evidence that high sugar intake increases inflammation.
- The percentage of adults that have type-2 diabetes and the percentage of children who are obese (and headed towards a diabetic future) is rising fast.
Knowing how much added sugar
you (and your family) eat every day is extremely important. But it’s not as easy or obvious as you might think.
In this video you’ll hear a few handy tips regarding sugar
that will help you find out how much added sugar you’re eating, and decide where you might want to cut back if needed.
This is the second video of a 2-part video series. See part 1 here.
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References from the above video:
The Scoop on Sugar : http://u03.4e4.myftpupload.com/the-scoop-on-sugar-and-mayor-bloomberg/
How Sugar Affects the Brain: https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=lEXBxijQREo#t=123
Sugar – The Bitter Truth: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dBnniua6-oM