Sugar danger to the Body

Sugar danger to the Body

sugar causes the body to be fat

Sugar danger to the Body – Desire sweet foods always invite you to taste it. However, excessive consumption of sugar was extremely dangerous for your body.

Who is not tempted to taste the sweets dessert? Would be difficult for anyone to avoid it. If you are a fan of pastries and drinks cans, watch out for sugar in the body are not always as sweet as its image.

Here are five reasons you need to reduce sugar consumption :


Research conducted a university in Atlanta found that consumption of sugar in food is bad for the heart. Foods with high sugar levels can reduce levels of HDL or good cholesterol. Further according to the American Heart Association, added sugar intake can increase the risk of high blood pressure, heart disease, and stroke.

Weight loss

Foods high in sugar are also high in calories. Consume too many calories is a major cause of weight gain and obesity. The addition of sugar in the diet will not add nutrients, but only calories. American Association recommends a diet drink water instead of sugary drinks, and limit added sugars on food for the health and good weight.


In addition to weight gain, consumption of sugar also increases the risk of type 2 diabetes. American Diabetes Association recommends limiting consumption of sugar and sugar substitutes to choose another agent to provide a sweet taste. By limiting your intake of sugar and calorie monitor can help prevent the onset of type 2 diabetes.

Lack of energy

Energy drinks or coffee may seem as the best solution to increase your energy. However, the high sugar content in it actually removes energy drastically as sugar or caffeine out of body systems. You will be tired and hungry to consume more foods high in sugar but low in carbohydrates. Instead of sugary foods, choose fresh fruit or yogurt as a source of energy.


According to the American Dental Association (ADA), foods and beverages high in sugar can cause cavities and rock. Sugar is food for bacteria that produce acids that can make holes in teeth. ADA recommends to reduce the consumption of foods with added sugar, diligent brushing, and chewing gum 20 minutes after meals to prevent tooth decay.


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