Five biggest myths about sugar


Does sugar create addiction? Do children become hyperactive? Read about the five most common myths about this infamous carbohydrate.

Almost every day there are new information about health and proper nutrition, about what is good, and what’s bad, what needs to be eaten, and what should be avoided.

As a result of poor education and laziness, the rate of obesity has never been greater, according to the world’s media.

Those who care about diet and weight will probably limit or completely remove sugar from their diet, switching to “healthier” options.

In addition, please read about the few common myths when it comes to sugar:

1. Some sugars are healthier than others

White sugar, brown or raw sugar – it’s all the same again. All types of sugars have the same effect on the body – they increase the level of glucose.

2. Sugar makes children hyperactive

Previous research has not linked the hyperactivity of children with the consumption of sugar. Sometimes it’s about children being simply children.

3. Sugar creates addiction as well as drugs

Magnetic resonances suggest that sugar affects centers in the brain responsible for a sense of pleasure, but there is no evidence that it creates addiction. In addition, of course, you will not have the same symptoms when ingesting sugars in your body, as if you were consuming a drug.

4. Synthetic sugar substitutes are healthier than sugar itself

This includes all artificial “sweeteners” that represent a synthetic substitute for casual sugar. However, the opposite is actually the case. Although these synthetic substitutions are recommended for diabetics and anyone who can not consume concentrated glucose and sugar in general, research has shown that these artificial “sweeteners” can be carcinogenic. In addition, a study found that people who drink dietary beverages without sugar are more likely to become obese.

5. Sugar should be completely ejected from the diet

Although too much sugar can disrupt health, it still has it in healthy foods such as fruits and vegetables, which makes it impossible to completely eliminate it from the diet.


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