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    Sugar: The Bitter Truth If you've not yet watched the following video presentation by Robert Lustig, M.D., I highly recommend you put it at the top of your priority viewing list. I've watched it no fewer than a dozen times now and I've also shared it with many of my friends and family. It never

    Dr. Robert Lustig’s “Sugar: The Bitter Truth” lecture is a YouTube hit. If you are one of the approximately 2 million people who have watched it, then The Real Truth About Sugar is for you. If you haven’t yet seen the video, this book is also for you.

    The number one reason that people crave sweets is that their insulin is high, and when it starts to fall we want the sugar to spike it back up again. It’s a vicious cycle, that leads to feeling tired, and fatigued. Here are some really good tips that will get you back …

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    What Eating Too Much Sugar Does to Your Brain

    The Effect of Fructose on the Brain May Promote Overeating by yalenews: The brain processes fructose and glucose, the two forms of simple sugars, differently — impacting appetite, feelings of satisfaction, fullness, and potential weight gain. Glucose, but not fructose, suppresses brain activity in regions that promote the desire to eat, whereas fructose feeding may promote overeating through its inability to effectively suppress food-seeking behavior. #Fructose #Glucose #Food_Intake

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