The Ultimate Guide To Biohacking Your Blood Sugar Levels
Sugar is one of those things we really should be cutting out of our diet, but sometimes it’s just too seductive. While giving in to that temptation too often is going to cause problems, doing so every now and again might not be that big of a deal.
The issues surrounding sugar range from weight gain to diabetes and more. It’s clear that we ought to be careful and considerate of how much we consume and also of our bodies and their response. Everyone reacts differently, which is one reason why biohacking has become popular—we choose to modify and enhance our bodies on our own terms. As Ben Greenfield notes in this article, sugar isn’t always bad, but an understanding is important:
In a nutshell, what research actually shows is that sugar-sweetened compounds are bad for us not because there’s anything particularly toxic about the sugar they contain but just because people consume…
…too much sugar.
The bottom line is that fructose is just another simple sugar can only harm you when you over-consume it. And, as you learned earlier, sucrose occurs in completely natural foods like pineapples, sweet potatoes, beets, sugar cane, walnuts, pecans, and cashews.
Like many other health related issues, there’s a lot of misinformation and confusion surrounding sugar. Make sure to check out the full post for more details.
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About Sam Brinson Sam is a writer living in Uruguay. Sam follows the latest in aging break throughs.