July 8, 2019

Most Breakfasts Today Should Be Called Dessert

“One of the biggest mistakes I see is eating dessert for breakfast. They might not even know it, but a bowl of Frosted Flakes has about 15 grams of sugar.
We shouldn’t be having sugar for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Sugar in all its forms is the root cause of our obesity epidemic and most of the chronic disease sucking the life out of our citizens and our economy — and, increasingly, the rest of the world. You name it, it’s caused by sugar: heart disease, cancer, dementia, type 2 diabetes, depression and even acne, infertility and impotence.
There are so many different kinds of sugars – honey, maple syrup, agave, cane sugar, etc. And while there are some small differences among these sugars, for the most part, sugar is sugar is sugar. It can all wreak havoc on your health.
Now, as far as this question is concerned, it’s important to take a look at the whole diet instead of just focusing on one ingredient in your coffee.
Are you consuming sugar throughout the day? What about hidden forms of sugar?
The truth is: food manufacturers put sugar into everything from ketchup to bread and all food products in between.
If you’re eating a whole-food, low-sugar diet, a little bit of honey in your morning coffee or tea might not be a problem, but if your diet has a little more sugar than you’d like, it might be time to detox completely from sugar.”

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