Eating heavy doses of sugar

Eating heavy doses of sugar eventually takes it’s toll on the human body.

In all major cities you will find healthcare facilities involved in the treatment of sugar’s damage to major organ systems. Rampant tooth decay is evident in the oral cavity of those ingesting excessive amounts of sugar.

Excessve ingestion of chemicals like high fructose corn syrup, found as a sweetener in many foods, has a major effect on the liver.

Carbonated beverages such as soda pop, consumed daily over long periods of time, may find a patient undergoing dialysis therapy several days per week as a way of life.

There is an oxidative process at the cellular level that increases the breakdown of your human body.

Holidays are filled with opportunities where eating heavy doses of sugar becomes very easy to do.

Dentists offer to buy sweet treats by the sack full after children have harvested massive quantities on Halloween.

These jestures are great community service projects.

During cold and flu season, one of the main items to significantly reduce is refined process sugar.

In an article by Tim Skwiat, he explains in detail one of the top three foods to avoid when cold and flu season are upon us.

At the top of his list is refined processed sugar.

There has been an alarming rate of patients to show up this season in emergency rooms for medication and breathing treatments related to cold and flu season.

It appears the flu vaccination covers very few of the many strains of viral infection that plague our citizens.

The goal of treating an upper respiratory infection is to hit it before it has a chance to set up house keeping in the lungs.

Make your primary goal if stricken by the flu, to treat it early with good nutrition, rest and proper aromatherapy.

The Food and Drug Administration states 50 grams of sugar daily can be detoxified by the body.

Holistic healthcare providers recommend no more than 30 grams of sugar daily.

This is due to the hidden quantities of sugar in our processed foods found in local grocery stores.

You must leave some room for error in your daily consumption of sugar.

One website, The People’s Chemist, informs the public that we should consume no more than 10 grams of sugar daily to greatly reduce chances of cancer formation.

Sugar is an element that feeds cancer.

Knowing that cancer grows significantly in the environment of sugar empowers those who eat to live instead of the other way around.

Eating heavy doses of sugar places the patient at risk for sickness in its many forms.

From the Diary of my enlightenment, Clark, D.D.S.






Published by Artis

I am a dentist in the Kansas City, MO. area willing to help in the world where dental health care is needed and appreciated. To date we have established a dental clinic in Israel and evaluated the healthcare delivery system in Havana Cuba. Serving my community at this time as a photo journalist also.

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