Taking another look at the issue of just how much contribution “sugar” gives to weight gain, which is somewhat related to the scripture I posted earlier yesterday, that examined the same issue, even though this one that is up now is a scripture that I actually freshly made yesterday aswell, but some time later during that same day based on some new thoughts that came to my mind at the time, as far as I have uncovered through data as the result of research (but keep in mind that I did not need to do research on this matter since I had already known for a long time, through experience, that the notion of weight gain being caused by sugar, is total nonsense), it appears to just be a nutty, empty, unrealistic claim based on faux nonsense. The things with the least amount of *calories with no other kind of technical-compounds or technical-molecules involved, are less lightly to be digested and broken down into something elsewater has virtually nothing in it aside from water, so it’s less likely to get “converted” into something other than “water”. Salt does not have any other kind of technical-molecules as part of its make-up, and it’s not even a few measly calories, so therefore salt does not get broken-down into anything other than salt. Honey from Bees is a factual example of how sugar is not actually, “broken down” as they put it, biologically by biological life into “fat” and how elements from the sugar-family are more likely to stay as “sugar” that comes out of the “body” of living things, similar to how Bees produce honey which has sugar-like molecules that comes out of the bees and does not show any sign of being broken down and digested into “fat”. Similarly, with humans, sugar is most likely not going to break down into fat and probably will come out of humans as a substance very close to its original form *if anything, via either urination or defecation. It’s the same thing with how your body is less likely to convert salt molecules into fat, and instead, the salt comes out of the body in similar forms identical to pure-salt via perspiration, tears etc etc.

This myth about sugar being “converted” into fat is pure bullshit — the triggering of diabetic reaction not too long after a certain level consumption of sugar, or salt, is a clear sign that sugar, just like salt and these very low-low mainly single-molecule edibles, remain virtually intact, as themselves, as they flow through the body and are not converted into “fat” or some other evolutionary myth. Even in Bees we can see that when it comes to biological living things, these types of elements are handled to a fairly consistent degree of molecular-retention without much “conversion”, like when a human literally sweats “salt” through perspiration. Salt as a low-calorie-compound is just as basic in profile as sugar, so sugar is less likely to be “converted” into “fat” or anything else, similar to how this is the reality with salt, plus the fact that they both have absolutely no properties related to any kind of fat compared to other forms of edible foods and extracts, plus the fact that the body does contain natural levels of blood sugar, which is not just semantics and is actual sugar, since when it gets too low, the only thing that stabilizes its effects, is when people eat or drink sweet things that have some form of sugar.

This term “fat” being thrown in when it comes to this idea that “sugar is ‘stored’ as ‘fat'”, just seems to be a vague generic faux-scientific classification that doesn’t actually seem to represent what it sounds like — basically just shithead semantics.

I enjoy the truth because it helps us to grow with substance and helps us to revolve around the holy gravitational essence that we often call the almighty GOD, because man cannot live by bread alone, or baseless diets on-top of retarded advice, shitty artificial fake numerical algorithms, and misinformation. Living by the korrekt information is just as critically important as eating the right things.

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  1. I got β€œ sugar” from so much consumption of sugar😜
    Nicely written πŸ“ and I like the way how you debunked the false belief.

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    1. Hahaa no wonder you are so cute and sweet; it is the powa of sugaπŸ’™πŸ˜œπŸ’™

      I am glad that you saw the point I was making about the misleading claims which link sugar to weight gain, instead of excess food consumption πŸ‘πŸ˜‚.

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      1. You mean to say excess sugar consumption πŸ˜…πŸŽ‚πŸ°πŸ§

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        1. Haha I was saying that they are telling people that sugar is the reason for obesity and weight gain instead of the actual true culprit which is excessive eating πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚.

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    2. Sugar 4 lyfe πŸ™ŒπŸ€ŸπŸ˜‚

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        1. Yes πŸŒΉπŸ˜‚. It’s interesting that you used a chocolate bar because I love chocolates 🀩🀟

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        2. Hey, our time-zones might be different but have a great day Rabia πŸ’•πŸŒΉ

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          1. Sure, thank you. Same to you.

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            1. You are welcome and thanks to you as well my friend πŸ™πŸ€—. This blog is yours just as much as it is mines πŸ˜‰πŸŒΉπŸ’

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  2. Very nice , keep sharing πŸ‘

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    1. Thanks very much; I am very happy to know your inspirational thoughts Dulcy πŸ‘ŒπŸ˜„

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