- WHY IS THIS HAPPENING?
- Understanding Primary Problems
- Underlying fatigue
- Gut-related sugar cravings
- Mineral depletion
- Hormonal imbalances
Eating a lot of sugar and carbohydrates can produce massive spikes in blood sugar levels, causing high levels of insulin to be released, which if prolonged, can increase the risk of insulin resistance, type- 2 diabetes, heart disease, obesity, premature ageing, infertility, age-related macular degeneration, colon cancer etc.
Individuals suffering from sugar addiction can achieve good results by completely removing the sugar from their diet, but that is usually not sustainable. The moment they start having even a small amount of sugar, the addiction kicks in and the vicious cycle repeats itself.