Chocolate, candy, cookies, cakes, sugar buns, donuts, cakes… How many sweet temptations! Sometimes it is simply impossible to resist the temptation to eat something delicious. However, all you need to know is when to stop – because in addition to damaged teeth and body sweet lovers can expect plenty of other health problems. The most popular problem is overweight. From the new guide by Meredith Shirk, you will learn how and what to do to reduce the effects of eating sweets to a minimum.
As a result, you will become slim and beautiful again. And you will be over with the hanging belly. Of course, you cannot live without sweet treats – it contains carbohydrates that are vital for the body to function properly. Our cells are completely dependent on the regular intake of carbohydrates because they provide energy recovery.
In addition, sugar promotes the production of serotonin – the “hormone of happiness.” But if love turns into a sweet craving, it may cause serious health problems. In recent years, scientists have been able to find out quite a lot about the dangers of sugary foods. Side effects of “sweet life”: infertility, thrush, bowel cancer, etc. German scientists became interested as well in the pros and cons of sugar for health. They found that glucose can significantly reduce a person’s life — by an average of 25% (equivalent to about 15 years of life).
Later, their discovery was confirmed by American researchers at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in California. Another danger associated with the consumption of sweets: excess carbohydrates in the diet of pregnant women can provoke allergic reactions in children and increase the risk of developing diseases of the nervous system. As you can see, jokes with sweets are bad. Meredith’s fat loss guide is required for reading for all the sweet lovers!