Sugar has been and is still running as an exquisite treat. The fact that the sweetness is produces can make a person’s day bright is truly amazing. We consume sugar in many many forms; chocolates, soda, pastries, even in some of the favorite food we eat, sugar is present. Although we cannot resist the invitation of chocolates and sweets, we should always consider health impacts it gives. Tons of people think about their waistlines whenever sugar is discussed. However, there is more important and mindful factors to that. High refined sugar always had a strong correlation to t***r growth in c****r patients. Now, there are certain evidences that prove sugar to be one great factor of c****r growth.
The Positron Emission Tomography, a process that accurately tells how c****r is growing. This process, in general, is a technique utilized to observe metabolic processes in the body. Thus, it can be one observation to use to determine the growth and production of c****r cells in the body.
How does sugar produce c****r cells?
Let’s put it this way: everything we intake, we burn. Fat burns differently from sugar and thus, it yields different results or outcome. In the 2013-2014 study of the Journal of Clinic Investigation, it demonstrated the creation and the strengthening of c****r cells in the body. The study mainly revolved around the analysis of the results of sugar intake and c****r creation.
Mitochondrial dysfunction is one of the main highlights on why sugar causes or promotes c****r. Since sugar burns differently than fat, it generates free radicals. These free radicals impair and halt the healthy growth of cells. When it damages the mitochondria and the cell DNA, it then leads to protein impairment.
If we would to define c****r, c****r is the abnormality in the growth of cells. It is the continuous replication of mutated cells. To help you understand it a bit further, mitosis is the process in which cells divide and promote tissue growth. Aptosis is the programmed process of a cell in which it d**s. When the time comes that the aptosis breaks down and malfunctions, c****r occurs.
According to the Canadian C****r Society, obesity and overeating has a positive correlation to the development of c****r cells. Being overweight or obese can negatively damage and cause changes in the hormone levels. One example is a change in the s*x hormones and insulin; this has a risk in developing breast, uterine, and colon c****r. These changes can increase the risk of different types of c****r.
Sugar in fruits are to be untouched!
This study also emphasized on the different types of sugar. Refined sugar are the sugar in question here; sugar in fruits or naturally occurring sugars are less harmful regardless of their glycemic index.
Dr. Tony Jimenez hypothesizes that sugar seen in organic products may not contribute to c****r cell growth at all. Unlike in the way refined sugars do. Why? This is because human cells absorb left-spinning molecules, which occur in fruits and vegetables. C****r cells on the other hand, can only absorb right spinning particles, which come from refined sugar or those taken from unhealthy food.
Having these in mind, what should be the course of action?
It’s a no-brainer to think that decreasing artificial sugar intake is the key. In addition, sugar has been medically proven to be in connection with a lot of life-threatening health conditions like diabetes, stroke, heart diseases, and many more. Cutting out or considering the consumption of artificial refined sugar is the first step in decreasing health risks.
The next thing you need to take note of is to ensure that you consume your daily dose of veggies and fruits. Make sure that you are getting the sufficient amount of iron, fiber, protein, and vitamin C in your diet. Juices that have sugars and natural sweeteners like honey, stevia, and others that have high-refined sugar are the drinks you should avoid. Moreover, exercising can also get you a long way physically, mentally, emotionally, and psychologically.
Women should not have more than six (6) teaspoons of sugar a day (25 grams). Men should not have more than nine (9) teaspoons of sugar (37 grams). It’s equivalent to 100 calories for women and 150 for men.
Other sugars that are considered “hidden” would be: fructose, lactose, sucrose, maltose, glucose, and dextrose. These are all forms of sugar you can find on the Nutritional Facts label on the back of your next meal. Be sure to consume them in moderation.
Molasses, agave nectar, honey and maple syrup are natural and organic sugars. They contain antioxidants that can protect your body from c****r. Although this is the case, you need to consume these in moderation. Even if they’re natural, they still contain the same amount of calories as any other kind of sweeteners.
Sweets can be a very wonderful treat. However, there are some instances that it’s not as healthy as you may think it is. This is why taking it in moderation can go a very long way.