Why not excess added sugars?

  • 1. No Major Health Benefits
  • 2. Provides only Energy
  • 3. Devoid of Natural Nutrition
  • 4. Chemically Processed with Chemicals such as Sulphur Dioxide and Phosphoric Acid
  • 5. Linked to Health Related Problems such as Obesity and Diebetes.

1. Can make you Gain weight, increase risk of Obesity

Rates of obesity are rising worldwide and added sugar, especially from sugar-sweetened beverages and foods, is considered to be one of the major reasons for the weight gain.

2. May increase risk of Heart Disease

Diet rich in sugar can increase levels of Total Cholesterol, Triglycerides and LDL which may lead to Coronary heart diseases (CHD).

3. Increases Risk of Type 2 Diabetes

Prolonged consumption of sugar drives the resistance to hormone regulating sugar which consequently leads to a spike in sugar levels in the body

4. Drains Your Energy

Foods high in added sugar quickly spike blood sugar and hormone regulating sugar levels, leading to increased energy. However, this rise in energy levels is temporary. Products loaded with sugar but lacking in protein, fiber, or fat lead to a brief energy boost that’s quickly followed by a sharp drop in blood sugar, often referred to as a crash and having constant blood sugar swings can lead to major fluctuations in energy levels.

5. Speedens tooth Decay

Eating too much sugar can cause cavities. Bacteria in mouth feed on sugar and release acid by-products, which cause tooth demineralization.

WHO Recommendations for Sugar Intake

5%

WHO suggests a further reduction of the intake of free sugars to below 5% of total energy intake for added health benefits.

WHO recommends a reduced intake of free sugars throughout the lifecourse

10%

In both adults and children, WHO recommends reducing the intake of free sugars to less than 10% of total energy intake.

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