We all love our sweets from dark chocolate to buttercream frosting. The lure of sugar is undeniable.
In 1907, the average consumption of sugar per person was about 90 pounds per year.1 In 2009, more than 50 percent of Americans eat ½ pound of sugar per day, that’s a whopping 180 pounds of sugar per year!
Worldwide annual consumption of sugar is about 120 million tons, and rising by 2 million tons per year. Even as sugar consumption grows around the globe, so does the public awareness that we’re getting fatter and sicker with every passing decade.
Based on the increase in consumption over the past 300 years, Dr. Stephan Guyenet determines the American diet will be based 100% on sugar by year 2606.2
Sugar feels like your friend, offering comfort and respite. It acts as a natural painkiller, stress reliever, and mood lifter.
Over time, your body becomes conditioned to sugar highs but the long-term cost of that sweet high has terrifying and devastating effects to your entire body.
Sugar has zero nutritional value. It’s empty of vitamins and minerals and destructive to your health.
This silent attack on your body is especially dangerous, since sugar is a building block of cancer – especially breast, prostate, colorectal and pancreatic cancer.
The link – the science – between sugar and cancer is real. The way your body reacts to processed sugar can lead to cancer.
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It begins with simple actions. Now, that you know that white processed sugar destroys our bodies and wreaks havoc on our immune system, you know limiting your intake of sugar is necessary for cancer prevention.
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You’ll find out how even though we are bombarded with information about “healthy eating,” Americans suffer from higher obesity and cancer rates than other nations.
You’ll also discover how natural foods, herbs, and spices can be medicine and used to correct vitamin and mineral deficiencies.
In 2014, an estimated 1.6 million people will be diagnosed with cancer in the United States alone. Experts believe that of those diagnosed, more than half a million of those patients will die from the disease.3
Cancer is the second highest cause of death in the United States and the United Kingdom.
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