Tag: sugar

Cancer and Sugar Addiction

Most people are sugar-addicted and a denial blinds us to the growing problems accumulating in our arteries, heart, nervous system, kidneys and other internal organs. Read More

Food Freedom Forever: a book review

There are three steps in your Food Freedom cycle Reset, Freedom, and Setback (don’t confuse a setback with failure, but more on that later). Read More

Step up your smoothie game

It is preferable to chew your meals in order to digest them properly, as long as you keep your smoothies nutritionally balanced, there is no problem with replacing a meal with them from time to time, as a breakfast, or quick on the go snack. Read More

How We Eat

Low-fat diets are dangerous and should not be entertained – no matter what the media, some hospital dietitians or the latest nutritional gurus try to tell you. Read More

Sugar: Armed and Dangerous

The next time a television commercial tries to tell you to buy a candy bar for that sudden burst of energy, consider this, the liver can only store about 150 grams of glycogen (which is derived from sugar), and the excess becomes fat globules. Read More

Sugar Can Ruin Your Health 108 Ways

All the possible ways in which sugar can ruin your health Read More

Splenda or Equal: Lesser of Two Evils

avoid artificial sweeteners. In addition, eating too much REAL sugar will also adversely affect your health, as it will cause your blood sugar level to rise. Read More

Lethal Science Of Splenda

Sucralose has been found to shrink thymus glands (the biological seat of immunity) and produce liver inflammation in rats and mice. Read More

Caffeine’s Cultural Presence

The common side effects of caffeine are numerous and should be examined closely to determine if its use is contributing to your health conditions. Read More

Aspartame in Diet Coke

Why is Aspartame, NutraSweet, Equal, Diet Coke, Diet Pepsi, and more on the market and in thousands of foods? Read More

Sugar – Part 3

In this final section, we will talk about sugar addiction, the traps we fall into over and over, and finally, how to escape this dangerous spiral for good. Read More

Sugar – Part 2

Today, we are going to learn more about what it does in our bodies on a chemical level and how it affect our hormonal, metabolic, immune, and mental health. Read More

Sugar – part 1

The story of sugar is a long one, and it is not as sweet as it may seem to be. Sugar can be both friend and enemy, depending on the source and volume consumed. Read More

Sugar Is Ruining Your Health

Sugar is the cause of inflammation, which is behind many chronic degenerative diseases. Avoid eating it. Read More

Sugar In Your Diet

Changing the quality of your carbohydrates can change the quality of your health and life. Read More

Sugar and Mental Health

when Tintera dared to suggest in a magazine of general circulation that “it is ridiculous to talk of kinds of allergies when there is only one kind, which is adrenal glands impaired… by sugar”, he could no longer be ignored. Read More

Sucrose: Energy at a Price

People have been bamboozled into thinking of their bodies the way they think of their cheque accounts. If they suspect they have low blood sugar, they are programmed to snack on vending machine candies and sodas in order to raise their blood sugar level. Read More

Xylitol: 10 Health Benefits

Xylitol, when taken in small amounts, can help increase the white blood cell activity in fighting bacterial infections, to help build immunity, protect against chronic degenerative disease and have anti-aging benefits. Read More

Soda Damages Teeth

The problem is not only that these drinks are acidic and contain sugar, the problem is that children reach for these drinks and sip on them all day long. Read More

Refined Sugar: Sweetest Poison

Sugar manufacturers keep trying, hoping and contributing generous research grants to colleges and universities; but the research laboratories never come up with anything solid the manufacturers can use. Invariably, the research results are bad news. Read More

Refined Sugar: Sweet and Deadly

The chronic consumption of sugar completely upsets all of our mineral balances. We then become enzyme deficient. Among the early warning signs of this deficiency are multiple food allergies. Read More

Refined Sugar Is Not Healthy

My previous problems with indigestion, acidity, a bloated feeling, and about 15 pounds – all went away after about 30 days and have never returned. Read More

The Best Ant Poison

Aspartame is a neuropoison that most likely kills the ants by interfering with their nervous system. Read More

Lawsuit Filed Over Aspartame

Lawsuit charges the defendants engaged in unlawful acts of “knowingly and intentionally using the neurotoxic Aspartame as a sugar substitute in the manufacture of Equal, while knowing that exposure to Aspartame causes among other diseases/symptoms. Read More

How FDA Approved Aspartame

If you drink aspartame and have experienced health problems, then cease your consumption of it (and its cousin MSG) for 60 days and see if your symptoms disappear. Read More

Evils in Aspartame Consumption

The board of inquiry was overruled, and in 1981, aspartame was licensed by the FDA for use as a tabletop sweetener. In July 1983 it was approved for use in beverages. Read More

Diabetes, Hypoglycemia and Aspartame

The current wholesale ingestion of aspartame products by over half the adult population constitutes an imminent public health hazard. Read More

Clinical with Aspartame

Ten case histories with aspartame use were reviewed with various neurological and other symptoms other than headaches. Read More

Aspartame: History of a Killer

What makes this all the more intriguing is that “excitotoxins” appear to play a key role in degenerative nervous system diseases such as Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, Huntington’s, ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease) and many others. Read More

Aspartame Nightmare

Why is aspartame on the market? Anti-aspartame sources agree it’s all politics and money. Read More

How Sugar Is Metabolized

In this article you are going to know that Type II diabetes is curable Read More

Cancer’s Sweet Tooth

During the last 10 years I have worked with more than 500 cancer patients as director of nutrition for Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Tulsa, Okla. Read More

Podcast 175 about Diabetes Part 2

Our medical practices are fundamentally mismanaged. We are majoring in minor issues. Investing in prevention would have much greater effect on our health. Read More