COMMENT [785]

The key to understanding the true effects of sugar is to understand the fact that sugar on its own is a very light and neutral substance, which is why in nature it has to be mixed with all of these other various combination of things to have any kind of noticable effects because, on its own, it doesn’t overall do much except for add to the blood sugar that’s in the blood (there is a perception the sugar “converts” into fat — it doesn’t “convert” into anything, it basically “adds” to the blood sugar in the body), apart from food being nutritious, sugar is primarily in food to make them enjoyable and also help to regulate “moisture” within fruits etc (this is what it seems to also help maintain).

This isn’t shitty: beer, whisky or rum, with “2%” and “5%” and “40%alchohol. In the words of a dominant force, with the power of 100% reality you give 0% fucks about retarded bullshit LOL

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  1. “any kind of noticable effects because, on its own, it doesn’t overall do much except for add to the blood sugar that’s in the blood”

    An abundance or lack of sugar in the blood is exactly what Diabetes is. That’s a noticeable effect.

    “there is a perception the sugar “converts” into fat”

    I agree that sugar does not become fat directly. Like gluten does not break down directly into sugar. But too much gluten can raise your sugar and Celiac Disease (lack of gluten) can cause you to go the other way and not have enough sugar. Sugar, on the other hand, is just empty calories. When eaten in decent quantities your body just can’t burn it all, and it causes weight gain. That’s where the perception is: you gain weight (fat) because of eating the empty calories of sugar.

    However, celery is one of the few foods that it takes more calories to digest than it puts in your body, but it’s full of water , antioxidants and low glycemic index, and therefore is good to add to your died as a whole since it also aids in digestion.

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    1. diabetes is what a disease does, it’s not what sugar itself does. a disease can make people react abnormally to various things so obviously if you have a disease that makes you react abnormally to sugar, that’s what will happen, that’s not the faul of the sugar, it’s the fault of the disease.

      your body does not need to “burn” sugar, sugar is a substance that naturally disolves; sugar dissolves rapidly from the time it enters your mouth and gets splashed with saliva 👍😂. Sugar is the least thing that sticks around in the body.

      i agree with your point about celery and this underscores the importance of having balance in your diet hahaa

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      1. Type 1 is since childhood. Type 2 is as a result of too much glycerine as an adult which wreaks havoc on your ability to properly produce insulin. It is not something that you are born with. It’s something that is created in the body over the course of a lifetime of too much sugar.

        Sugar cubes dissolve. The actual sugar content does not.

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        1. diabetes is a condition that just gets worse over time; it seems to be a unique condition in the way that it’s manifested. just because you don’t use enough sugar to “trigger” a reaction, doesn’t mean you still might not be living with the condition lol. not using alot of sugar in that case would be effectively “delaying the inevitable”; which in this case is not a bad thing, but still lol

          hahaha what “sugar content?”, sugar is mostly “sugar” until it’s complete used up 🤣🤣. it’s “empty calories” remember? 🤔🤭🤣

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          1. Sugar is sugar, you said it dissolved. It doesn’t dissolve out of your body, just your mouth.

            Type 2 is primarily adults. And is triggered through sugar and obesity. Type 1 is what you keep referring to which is something you are born with. The insulin is unable to be regulated through your body because you have gained weight and are unable to regulate your pancreas anymore

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            1. You are right, i didn’t say it dissolves out of the body and if you payed even closer attention to some of my other comments o the issue, you will see where i also made mention of the fact that it it dissolves and gets “absorbed” into the bloodstream 👍😂

              i understand your breakdown of the different types, but i believe that they are all linked and that they all link back to a person’s genetic disposition to both types of conditions lol

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              1. You are saying I don’t pay attention to what you say? I pay attention, you just jump around too much to keep it all straight.

                “i understand your breakdown of the different types, but i believe that they are all linked and that they all link back to a person’s genetic disposition to both types of conditions lol”

                I won’t argue with your thinking on this one. I am not qualified. However, it’s not how medical professionals explain it.

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                1. hahaha i basically pointed out the facts about what i actually didn’t say about sugar and its “absorption”, something that your respose to what i said; did not acknowlage lol

                  lol job is not to regurgitate to you what you have been hearing from other sources 🤣🤭. Welcome to my blog — a place that’s all about my thoughts, my perspective and my evaluations👍😂😉

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                  1. It’s medical facts, but ok. You’re right. I’ll leave you and you strange perspectives alone as you don’t actually claim them as fact.

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                    1. Thank you for realizing how “complicated” i am when it comes to debates 🤭😂😜

                      just because they can explain stuff scientifically on a medical level, doesn’t mean that’s all there is to it or the full picture LOL

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                    2. No. It’s never all there is to it.

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                    3. exactly we learn from life, not the other way around lol

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