Monday, November 23, 2009

Soda studies linking diabetes underestimate their health risks

18. August. 2006 major medical institutions such as Harvard (study nurses) and the Journal of American Medical Association, an association between drinking a can of soda every day and found the development of type 2 diabetes. Based on evidence found: Risk # 1: high-calorie drinks can increase weight, resulting in diabetic response - Calories rich, called soft have a significant impact on obesity, which in turn trigger diabetes respond. One drink a day can add about 15 pounds a year by the weight of a baby - The Sugar Rush high fructose usual (often used as a cheaper substitute for sugar) reduces the body's ability to meet the insulin demand leads to prolonged high blood sugar or diabetes. But this is not the whole story. Danger No. 2: low sugar sweetener establishes the content of chromium raises sugar levels in the blood According to Earl Mindell, author of Prescription Alternatives, the real culprit in the rising incidence of diabetes is that the depletion of chromium High fructose corn from our systems. Chromium has been documented in numerous studies to help maintain healthy levels of blood sugar as well. It helps move glucose from the blood into cells. In particular, citing the U.S. Department of Agriculture, stated in the report that high-fructose sweeteners cause Mindell chrome body - the result is the increase in LDL cholesterol and triglycerides, or levels of healthy blood sugar. Mindell, a direct link between increased use of corn syrup, high fructose, a sweetener in soft drinks, and the increase of diabetes in the U.S. population.


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