Episode 43: The Story About Sugar - Disruptive Nutrition

Jun 21, 2021

Episode 43: The Story About Sugar

by Carrie Lupoli | Diet Disruptors Podcast

Feel like you are addicted to sugar?  Well, let’s talk about that!  This month we are focusing on the theme of “Clean Eating” and why it’s so important to integrate into our lives whenever possible. Carrie will break down all about the story with sugar, how it impacts our bodies, why we crave it and what to do about it!

Sugar Myths

  • Sugar is empty calories
  • Artificial sweeteners are a good replacement for sugar

Why Sugar is Debilitating

  • Spikes blood sugar
  • Causes weight gain as sugar metabolizes to fat
  • Causes inflammation in the body
  • Negatively impacts gut health
  • Creates toxic buildup in the body
  • Causes heart disease, diabetes
  • Promotes cancer and increases mortality rates in cancer
  • Leads to dementia 
  • Damages the liver like alcohol
  • Sugar is addictive to the level of cocaine

1% Progress

  • Be aware!  Look for added sugar in food labels
  • Evaluate your pantry
  • Clean out your pantry
  • Evaluate foods as you shop!
  • Pair your carbs with a complete protein & fat

Healthier Sugar Alternatives

  • Light agave
  • Organic cane sugar
  • Organic stevia
  • Organic coconut sugar

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