Those who don’t know that sugar has negative effects on our teeth and waist probably live on a deserted island. However, this isn’t the only impact, or even the worst one, that sugar has on our bodies.
WeGoRo gives you 4 more reasons to say "no" to that cake.
When it gets into the bloodstream, sugar links chemically with such proteins as collagen and elastin which ensure the youth of the skin.
The ability of sugar to aggravate inflammation means it promotes the appearance of pimples and wrinkles on your skin. It also increases the risk of many diseases, such as arthritis.
Even when we drink sweetened tea to treat a cold, sugar becomes a breeding ground for bacteria in an already inflamed throat. So it turns out that traditional methods are not just useless but even harmful.
Throughout the 20th century, doctors thought that cardiovascular diseases could be prevented by decreasing consumption of fats that raise cholesterol levels. Sugar was considered less dangerous than animal fats, and people went on fat-free diets but didn’t cut out sweets.
In the 21st century, the situation changed dramatically. Recent studies show that sugar significantly increases cholesterol levels, all the while facilitating its sticking to the blood vessel walls that are already damaged by sugar.
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