If you sit down and think about what you’ve put in your mouth lately, you’ll agree that you’re probably high. Yes, high! Those thick, creamy milkshakes, cold cuts and chicken nuggets can have you’re riding a sugar high right now.
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Do you know why sugar is bad for your teeth and causes holes? Well, when you eat too many sweets they make the pH composition, balance and quantity of saliva your mouth makes to change. This then causes the pH of plaque to become more acidic.
According to University of Michigan (UM) researchers, fares that are highly processed like pizza and ice-cream an easily become addictive. This is because of the food cravings that they cause.
Just because that a bowl of ice-cream is calling your name doesn’t mean you have to answer. And, with the holiday season around the corner, controlling your junk food cravings now could help you train your taste buds, saving you from dieting in the coming year.
Sometimes it feels like trying to understand sugar is almost impossible. I’ve noticed that the more savvy I become, it seems the more determined manufacturers also become to making understanding food labels confusing.
How many times have you heard it? Fat doesn’t make you fat, sugar makes you fat! Yet we still find ourselves binging out on anything sweet for that extra kick to get you through the day. Am I right, or am I right? But don’t worry, I have a solution to kick this horrible sugar habit and get you back onto the right health path.