the new Tobacco” in a reputable Malaysian consumer
magazine called Utusan Konsumer.
The following is what they had to say in this regard:
“… an average adult should consume no more than 90g of total (natural and added combined) sugars per day…
“… An EXCESS of total calories (from ANY food or drink source), which is not balanced with sufficient physical activity, CAN LEAD TO WEIGHT GAIN…
Let me present here what I strongly believe as TOTAL TRUTH, which has been inadvertently overlooked by ALL researchers:
(Please read ALL the following steps, and kindly do not skip any sentence, on the assumption that you already knew it)
When you grind rice and make a refined flour out of it, you do not call it a synthetic chemical substance.
(Please reserve your criticism until last.)
In Nature, the human body is designed to digest / utilize carbohydrates (sugars), fats, proteins, vitamins, minerals, and water.
LET US RECOGNIZE THIS:
All it does is, that it collapses and kills the cells that had received these excess sugars.
So, type-I diabetes develops and prevents the penetration of such sugar excesses into the cells.
That is all to it!
Now, let us see the other side of the story:
Let us say that it amounts to 5 grams. If so, 5 ml of insulin would keep on secreting.
Continued abstinence form sugar consumption, would make the beta cells in the pancreas get ADDICTED, and develop a PATTERN to secrete only the minimum – 5 ml in this example, all the time.
Most of us know that in Chemistry, there is something called “Saturation Point*”.
At this, let us go back to what was said in relation to the onset of type-2 diabetes – that “sugar is the new tobacco”.
Thanks again for all your interest and support.
With best wishes,