Do you know that
high sugar intake
can shorten your lifespan?
The primary source of energy for our body.
Do you know that our body normally contains 5g of sugar (about 1 teaspoon)?
This amount is enough to give you energy to perform your house work for 5 minutes.
What happens once sugar enters our body?
The brain releases dopamine and the natural pleasure chemical-opioids.
The liver uses fructose, a carbohydrate, to create fat. Too much sugar causes tiny fat droplets to accumulate in liver cells. This buildup is called nonalcoholic fatty liver disease
Leftover sugar in your mouth reacts with bacteria to produce acid that damage the teeth.
The pancreas produces the hormone insulin and secretes it into the bloodstream, where it regulates the body's glucose or sugar level.
Glucose and fructose link the amino acids present in the collagen and elastin that support the skin layers, producing advanced glycation end products or "AGEs."
Excess sugar can cause the increase insulin level to inflame the arteries walls. This will eventually lead to heart disease.
Ultra-processed foods are foods with many added ingredients. They contribute to nearly 90 percent of our sugar intake, according to a BMJ Journal study. Uncontrolled intake of these foods can lead to many health complications.
These are the main sources of added sugars in ultra-processed foods:
Some diseases that we might encounter as a result of too much sugar intake.
Nano Sweetener is 5 times sweeter than ordinary sugar but contains less than one-fifth of its calories. So you will use 5 times less to get the same sweetness, while cutting down at least 4/5 of calories intake.
Before consuming Nano Sweetener
After 6 months of consuming Nano Sweetener
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