The effects of the poison sugar explained

sugar is posoin

sugar is posoin

Very interesting to know! Why is sugar so poisonous to the body?

In 1957, Mr. William Coda Martin tried to answer the question: When is food actually a food and when is it a poison?


Definition of poison

His definition of “poison” was: “Medically: Every substance taken in by the body  or developed within the body which may eventually cause a disease”. Dr. Martin has indeed proved that sugar is poisonous and should be considered as such.

The toxicity of sugar is partially due to the consistency of pure refined carbohydrates. It is a chemical substance. Our body cannot use this poisonous substance because it does not contain any vitamins, minerals and other substances, which our body to keep us healthy. What happens if sugar is consumed and starts working in a well-balanced body?


What activates sugar in our body?

The balance of homeostasis (the inner environment in our body) is so essential that minerals such as sodium, potassium, magnesium and calcium are used to keep this balance. For example, to neutralize sugar in the blood (sugar creates acid in our bodies), the body will take calcium from the bones and teeth which will lead to decay and osteoporosis. If our body consumes sugar every day, our body will eventually use up all of these very important minerals. Therefore, a lack of minerals will undermine and weaken our health and our resistance to diseases.. This process produces the most of those terrible free radicals, which cause considerable harm. Think of free radicals as of nuclear annihilation of your body.


How is excess sugar digested in the body?

Excess sugar affects every organ in the body, such as the liver. The liver is the place where sugar is stored in the form of glucose. In the end, if we take in too much sugar the liver cannot store all of it anymore and will return the excess sugar back to the bloodstream, in the form of fatty acids. Guess where these acids are stored. In the belly, buttocks, breasts and thighs. After these areas are filled up, the fatty acids will then be distributed among such organs as the heart and kidneys.


What are the consequences?

Sugar interferes with the immune system of the body and for that reason people become sensitive to diseases and illnesses. Our white blood cells are also negatively affected by it. Here we mention only a few factors that are connected to the overconsumption of sugar: obesity, cancer, ageing, cardiovascular diseases, high blood pressure, maturity onset diabetes, eczema, kidney stones, depression, candida (excessive amount of yeast), anxiety, dental problems such as cavities, arteriosclerosis, bad brain function and many other illnesses.


Fuel for cancer

Cancer is affected by sugar, namely by the most important fuel for the cancer cell, glucose. A proper regulation of blood sugar levels will starve the cancer cells and the immune system becomes stronger. (Dr. Gerson from the Gerson Clinic, fighting against cancer without medicine).


Sugar is everywhere, even where you do not expect it

We think of sugar as of white grains but there are many other forms, such as glucose syrup, fructose, lactose, molasses, honey, maltose, fruit juices and many others. It is important that we become aware of the hidden dangers of sugar in processed foods.

In order to maintain excellent health, it is essential to opt for whole grains, fruit, vegetables and physical activity. By following all of these recommendations, we reduce stress and AVOID SUGAR.


By Simon Koorengevel

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