Recognize the Dangers of Sugar for the Body
|Posted by Made Kamayasa on Thu May 09, 2013|
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Sweet taste to 'mask' for the sugar to secretly undermine health. So, from now on be careful taking the 'poison' is beautiful. Due to the fact it can be fatal.
1. Sugar lead to diabetes
Endocrine pancreas is an important organ in the body to secrete insulin in sufficient quantities. Insulin is a hormone that helps the glucose to enter the bloodstream and body cells are then used for energy. When blood sugar is high, then insulin resistance occurs because glucose can not be absorbed properly entered. In turn can lead to type 2 diabetes.
2. Sugar makes you easily tired
When feeling lethargic in the afternoon, you might be snacking on sugary foods to get additional energy intake. Unfortunately, every few minutes, you'll be back limp, because of high sugar content will be lost once out of the body system.
3. Sugar kidney damage
According to the American Diabetes Association, the sugar became 'toxic' to the kidneys. Kidneys act as a filter for blood, separate the poison and then discarded. However, because high blood sugar levels will make it difficult for the kidneys to remove waste products from the blood. In extreme cases, this condition is the onset of kidney failure.
4. Sugar harm the heart
High blood sugar levels damage blood vessels and can cause blockage. In the heart, this blockage triggers a heart attack. Hence, people with diabetes have a two to four-fold risk of stroke.
5. Sugar suppresses the immune system
White blood cells require vitamin C to fight bacteria or viruses enter the body. Glucose and vitamin C have similar chemical struktut. So what happens when the sugar levels go up? Both will compete with each other after entering the cell. If glucose is in more, then the amount of vitamin C can not enter the cells. In the end, this condition will reduce the ability of white blood cells to kill germs. High consumption will have a bad effect on the immune system.
6. Sugar nerve damage
Excessive sugar in the blood also damage the nervous system, so that people with diabetes often feel tingling or numbness.
7. Sugar triggers cavities
Food and sugary drinks can lower the pH in the mouth, so the acidity decreases. Acid is then destroy tooth enamel, so it appears the problem of coral and a hole in the tooth.
Last changed: Thu May 09, 2013 at 10:15 am