Obesity and weight gain must be one of the most common health issues nowadays resulting from modern society and the consumption of fat and carbs.
Oftentimes, gaining weight can come from excessive consumption of sugar, especially when you can find sugar in almost every drink and food nowadays.
Still, our bodies need sugar so they can function in a proper way and they use it as fuel. However, not every bit of sugar is used, so, what is left is stored as fat. Therefore, if we consume too much of it, it will accumulate in our hips, waist, thighs, and face.
The sugar that you can find in the processed products is in high-fructose or fructose corn syrup, which is much cheaper than the regular one and it is processed to many time. Moreover, it is 20% sweeter than the table one.
The professor of the Clinical Pediatrics in the Division of Endocrinology at the University of California which is also a pioneer, Dr. Robert Lusti claims that our body needs 6 teaspoons daily in order to function as it should. However, we are having problems due to the fact that we are consuming