Tag: sugar

Don’t Eat Toxins

I had a great day yesterday filled with lots of great people around me and an easy relaxed day. I went out to lunch with two of my favorite people -Scotty & Britt – was able to take a nap – and go out to more »

Sugar, Not Fats and Oils, is What is Causing the Obesity Epidemic

Why are we so fat? We have not become greedier as a race. We are not, contrary to popular wisdom, less active – a 12-year study, which began in 2000 at Plymouth hospital, measured children’s physical activity and found it the same as 50 years more »

What Eating Too Much Sugar Does to Your Brain

What Eating Too Much Sugar Does to Your Brain Overeating, poor memory formation, learning disorders, depression  – all have been linked in recent research to the over-consumption of sugar. And these linkages point to a problem that is only beginning to be better understood: what our chronic more »

Sugar: It’s Not Good For You

Warmup Double Under Practice Skill Mobility WOD “Annie”  50-40-30-20 and 10 rep rounds of: Double-unders, Sit-ups. I struggled big time with Double Unders today — 13:46 was my time, which is over 1m more than last time. Some days you have it, some days you more »

Debate over who can call themselves sugar …

Sugar Farmers And Corn Industry Debate Who Can Name Themselves After Poison You can put lipstick on a pig, it’s still a pig — Last year, the Corn Refiners Association decided that the term “high fructose corn syrup” just didn’t have same catchy ring to more »

Sugar- the most demonized additive known to man

Is Sugar Toxic? It’s so interesting to gain the insight and knowledge that science provides us around what we are trained to put in our bodies — On May 26, 2009, Robert Lustig gave a lecture called “Sugar: The Bitter Truth,” which was posted on more »

Zapping Sugar Cravings

Hair-Raising Stats on this “White Plague” and How to Reduce Your Need for Sweets Sugar is caustic, plain and simple, especially the white, refined versions, which demolish health with staggering ease. Most foods consumed today, processed and homemade alike, contain added sugar. While the more more »

Help Rename High-Fructose Corn Syrup

Help Rename High-Fructose Corn Syrup Now why would you suppose they want to rename it? The Corn Refiners Association, which represents firms that make the syrup, has been trying to improve the image of the much maligned sweetener with ad campaigns promoting it as a more »

No Sweet Surprise in my book

Has anyone see a commercial or visited this site: sweetsurprise.com? It’s all about high fructose corn syrup and how it has not been proven to be any more linked to obesity rates than sugar and both are similarly metabolized by the body. Ok, first off more »