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Sugar -> Inflammation -> Increased Cholesterol -> Plaque

That of course is over-simplified for the sake of our discussion, but it is true.  Let’s explore why too much sugar is a bad thing.  When your blood sugar becomes elevated (by eating to much sugar/carbohydrates) your body realizes it has more fuel than you need, so your body releases the hormone insulin to store that extra fuel for use in the future.  This excess sugar is stored as saturated fat (triglycerides).  In the continued presence of high blood sugar and high insulin, your body becomes resistant to the insulin and your blood sugar remains unchecked, meaning both insulin and blood sugar are high.  You are now inflamed.

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It’s that time of year again where flu shot hysteria is in full force.  I can’t go shopping anywhere without someone wanting to stick a needle in my arm!  Nevertheless, I do not want to make decisions for you, but I do feel a responsibility to share my knowledge so that you can make informed decisions for yourself.  The more you know, the better your decisions become.  Ready?  Let’s go.

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Common heartburn drugs are under fire, as a series of studies from the Archives of Internal Medicine released on Monday demonstrating serious side effects such as increase in fractures and bacterial infections.

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Permanent health problems result from simply treating symptoms when they arise without taking the time to address the underlying cause of the dysfunction of the body.  People will use medication for the remainder of their lives to try and comfort a dysfunctioning body.  Unfortunately this only buys comfort, not health.  This practice can cause acute or chronic health problems that are easy to correct to become irreversible (permanent).   Continue Reading…