Did you know that there are hazardous substances in a sugar? I bet you don't. Sugar is pretty much a delight to every food and desserts that we eat. According to clinical scientist of the Unversity of Colorado, sugar contains some hazardous contents that is dangerous to the body. Here are some explanations to why sugar has dangerous contents.
By Dr. Mercola
Dr. Richard Johnson is the head of nephrology at the University of Colorado and is actively engaged in clinical research. Over the past 25 years, much of his research (which is funded by the National Institutes of Health) has focused on fructose and obesity-related diseases.
Not only has he published some 500 papers in the peer-reviewed literature, hes also authored books along the way. His latest book, The Fat Switch, is a really intriguing book that shatters many of our age-old myths about diet and weight loss.
His hypothesis is that, rather than being driven by eating too many calories and lack of exercise, obesity is primarily driven by eating too much refined sugar, particularly fructose. According to Dr. Johnson:
The conventional wisdom is that people are eating too much and exercising too little. Of course, theres a lot of evidence that supports that… Its too much energy in, too little …