Sugar is a common ingredient found in many foods and drinks, and sometimes we consume too much of it. Although sugar can provide us with energy, excess consumption of sugar can be dangerous and destructive to our body. In this video we will talk about the benefits of stopping excess sugar consumption.
One of the most common benefits of cutting out excess sugar is weight loss.
Many foods contain a huge amount of calories that come from sugar that is added during the production process. Foods such as pastries and various sweets and carbonated drinks such as coke and juices. Consuming this type of food can lead to excess calorie consumption during the day, as well as spikes and falls in blood sugar levels.
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Improving blood sugar level
Excessive sugar consumption can lead to high blood sugar levels, which can increase the risk of diabetes. quitting sugar can help us improve blood sugar control.
We will have more energy
although sugar can give us a boost of energy, it’s only a momentary boost, then we’ll have to deal with a crash that leads to fatigue. Stopping the consumption of refined foods high in sugar can lead to more sustained and stable energy levels.
Excessive consumption of sugar can lead to tooth decay, because the bacteria in the mouth feed on the sugar and produce acid that can damage the teeth. quitting sugar consumption will help improve dental health and reduce the risk of tooth decay.
The risk of diseases decreases
A reduction in sugar consumption also has a positive effect on general health. Doing so can reduce the risk of several health conditions, such as heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, and stroke.
These conditions are often associated with a diet high in sugar, so stopping the excess consumption of sugar can help lower the risk of developing these conditions.
Stopping the consumption of excess sugar can also have a positive effect on skin health.
Consuming a diet high in sugar can lead to inflammation and glycation (AGEs), which can damage collagen and elastin in the skin and cause the development of wrinkles and signs of aging.
Bonus: the sweet taste gets stronger
When we consume sugar frequently and in large quantities, our taste buds may become accustomed to the sweet taste and we may need more sugar to reach the same level of sweetness.
However, when we quitting sugar, the taste buds may become more sensitive to the sweetness of foods, so we can get the same level of sweetness with fewer calories.