Tuesday, September 26, 2023
Mitochondrial Health

How Sugar SECRETLY Contributes To Metabolic Disease

In just a few decades, a disease that was once associated only with heavy alcohol consumption has become alarmingly prevalent in both children and adults. We’re talking about Fatty Liver Disease, and in the U.S., it affects up to 46% of adults and 5 to 10% of children, regardless of their weight.

The culprit behind this epidemic is not just alcohol but also SUGAR.
Sugar and alcohol are remarkably similar in how they affect the liver, with fructose, the sweet molecule in sugar, as the culprit.

In this video, we will explore how sugar can impact our bodies and contribute to the onset of metabolic disorders.

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⏱️ Intro – 0:00
⏱️ Sugar and its impact on your health – 01:04
⏱️ What makes Sugar so unhealthy – 02:02
⏱️ Why we cannot let go of Sugar? – 03:32
⏱️ How fructose can harm your health – 04:29
⏱️ Mitochondrial overload in the liver – 06:11
⏱️ The ALT liver test – 08:52

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✍️ Summary:
Fatty liver disease, once associated only with heavy alcohol consumption, has become alarmingly prevalent in children and adults due to the consumption of sugar, a modern diet staple. Sugar and alcohol have a similar effect on the liver, with fructose, the sweet molecule in sugar, being the culprit. This means that children who consume high amounts of sugar can suffer the same liver damage as alcoholics. A study on children found that replacing dietary sugar with starch can significantly improve metabolic parameters, even when calorie intake and weight remain constant. Fructose makes sugar addictive, almost like cocaine, leading to cravings, overeating, and weight gain. High fructose consumption can also lead to insulin resistance, which can cause various chronic metabolic diseases. It can also increase uric acid levels and blood pressure. However, restricting dietary fructose can lead to improvements in health.

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