All By Itself, Sugar Can Do You In.

If you enjoy experiencing health problems, keep plenty of sugar in your diet. Eventually it will kill you. It’s not that sugar is all bad, we need it. We need enough to feed the cells in our body. But sugar, in the quantities most of us are consuming these days, will experience its hedonistic pleasures, which quietly chip away at our vulnerable immune system and open the door to arthritis, asthma, high blood pressure, heart disease, and multiple sclerosis. Among other equally serious illnesses.

7 Ways Sugar Harms Your Health


  • Consumption of too much sugar affects every organ in the body.

  Studies indicate that sugar increases the number of triglycerides, a leading cause of cardiovascular disease. It can also suppress the immune system, speed up the aging process, and increase the risk of Crohn’s disease. People who eat too much sugar have high cholesterol levels and hypertension. A study conducted in 1973 has shown that ingesting 100 grams of sugar lowers white blood cell activity for five hours.


  • High sugar intake can lead to cancer

A diet rich in sugar can increase your risk of depression and have negative effects on the cardiovascular system. Research suggests a strong link between cancer and sugar consumption. Both sugar and insulin fuel cancer-cell growth. When you eat sugar rich foods, your blood sugar levels increase and then go way low. These fluctuations lead to depression, anxiety, and schizophrenia.


  • Sugar causes blood glucose to spike and plummet.

High sugar in the blood often leads to fatigue, mood swings, headaches and cravings for more sugar. Cravings set the stage for a cycle of addiction in which every new hit of sugar makes you feel better temporarily but, what you experience in few hours later are more cravings and hunger. On the flip side, those who avoid taking of sugar often report that having little or no cravings for sugary things and feeling emotionally balanced and energized.


  • Sugar increases the risk of diabetes, obesity and heart disease.

Studies have shown that the more high-glycemic foods (those that quickly affect blood sugar), including foods that have high  level of sugar, an individual consumes, the higher his risk of developing diabetes, becoming obese and risk of heart disease.


  • Sugar accelerates aging.

Sugar even contributes to that telltale sign of aging: sagging skin. Some of the sugar you consume with your meal, after getting to your bloodstream, ends up attaching itself to protein molecule and another molecular structure is former, in a process known as glycation. These new molecular structures contribute to the reduction in elasticity found in aging body tissues, from your skin to your organs and arteries. The more sugar circulating in your blood, the faster the reduction of elasticity of organs, tissues and arteries. Thus, aging become rapid.


  • Tooth decay can be caused by high consumption of sugar.

Among all the other life-threatening effects of sugar, we sometimes neglect the most basic damage it does to our body. Candy and other snacks containing high sugar can rot your teeth. When stick to your teeth, it makes decay more efficiently than any other food substance.


  • High consumption of sugar has great effect on your Liver.

High level of sugar consumption may cause your liver to become resistant to insulin, an important hormone that helps in converting sugar in your bloodstream into energy. This means your body I no more able to control your blood sugar levels as well, and this can lead to type 2 diabetes.