Glucose is the body’s major fuel and is broken down from carbohydrates, a combination of sugar molecules, in the foods we eat.
Simple sugars such as sucrose (table sugar) and juice (fructose) are composed of only one or two sugar molecules and are converted to blood glucose faster than more complex carbohydrates like whole grains and vegetables.
As a chemical term, “sugar” usually refers to all carbohydrates of the general formula Cn(H2O)n. Sucrose is a disaccharide, or double sugar, composed of one molecule of glucose linked to one molecule of fructose.
Because one molecule of water (H2O) is lost in the condensation reaction linking glucose to fructose, sucrose is represented by the formula C12H22O11 (following the general formula Cn[H2O]n – 1).
We want to discuss sugar consumption!
It’s no secret that sugar is bad for your health. But just like stopping smoking, it’s rather difficult to get sugar out of your diet. If you eat processed and ready-made food it’s nearly impossible to prevent sugar intake.
Extra sugar and processed grains are rather unpleasant for endocrine glands. Eating excess bread or food with starches can cause blood sugar to increase and then insulin can be to manage the excess glucose level in the blood. This can result in the sharp decrease of sugar point in people, and so adrenal glands have to be to get back those levels to normal.
Here’s the shocker: The average person consumes 22 teaspoons of sugar daily —more than three times the quantity proposed by the American Eye Association.
And although it has never been considered the health matter, recent information demonstrates sugar will do even more harm than previously believed, setting you up for weight gain, diabetes, and heart disease.
There are definitely some types of sugary foods (see fruits) that are not terrible for you. However, you should watch your fructose consumption because it’s extremely addictive and lead you to consume more.
It runs directly to our livers and encourages fat memory and is related to loads of different diseases.
Weaning yourself off sugar may be intimidating. It’s hard to evade because it hides in so many foods inside different nutrients, and it’s one of the most addictive substances around. You can read more about why you’re diet may be failing because of sugar with Nicole Avena’s, PhD. book called Why Diets Fail.
To leave your sugar addiction in the past,