Healthy Sugar?


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  1. Hi neelkanth, Sugar is a poor food source yet it is one that appeals to most palates. Broken down in the gut most foods turn to sugar. Which is necessary for conversion to energy. If your body cannot convert those sugars, it becomes diabetes. Or pissing disease. Recently in a TED talk, it was suggested by the speaker that there is mounting evidence that glysophate. The main ingredient in Roundup, the pesticide. That glysophate breaks down the mitochondrial in humans. That mitochondrial is like a gatekeeper on the cells in our bodies, to allow the insulin to open those cells to absorb the sugars in our bloodstream into those cells. If this is so? Then the problem is deeper than we imagined? The same speaker also suggested that the destruction of this mitochondrial also lays us open to a host of other diseases that are now prevalent in society.

    We all need sugar to help us live but sugar alone can also bring about a host of bodily problems. Do yourselves a favour and back off of the product. We actually get sugar in a normal diet, sufficient for a daily use. Need a treat or a sugar fix? Try some honey instead? It is sugar, too. Bee vomit. Yet oh so good for humans, in many ways. Go gently with it and enjoy life without white and deadly sugar. Cheers Jamie.

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