Can u obtain diabetes from sugar?
im wondering if you can get diabetes from eating too much sugar? i dont want to do it or anything im not crazy, but i just want to know. within seems much contraversy on whether sugar can cause it or not. some people seem to be to think they got diabetes from eating too much syrup and things. and u dont enjoy to be fat to be diabetic either do u?
Many piece contribute to diabetes cause: family history, over weight, obese, low physical distraction, over eating and some unknown reason (out of science reasons).
But eating too much of sugar is injurious. Our body secrets insulin with respect the amount of blood sugar, our body can secret solitary certain quantity of insulin also the body needs constrained quantity of glucose to burn remaining will be stored in the body as fat, cause obesity and finally end up with diabetes. Source(s): http://healthy-ojas.com/diabetes/diabete…
Diabetes is a condition in which the body does not produce ample, or properly respond to, insulin, a hormone produced in the pancreas. Insulin enables cells to hold glucose in order to turn it into energy. In diabetes, the body any doesn't respond properly to its own insulin, doesn't make enough insulin, or both. This causes glucose to collect in the blood. To simply put it. Sugar is bad if abused. Also being fit is the push button to lowering blood sugar levels. So you are most likely to be diabetic if you abuse sugar and don't exercise.
Yes, you can draw from diabetes from eating too much sugar, too much HFCS, too much white bread (due to alloxan), and from using artificial sweeteners like aspartame (nutrasweet, equal) and sucralose (splenda).
The "controversy" exists only because the FDA is within the pockets of the Drug Companies, the Food Corporations, the Soft Drink Companies, the Sugar and Corn Farmers Associations; and the American Diabetes Association and the American Diabetes Foundation are funded by Monsanto (the maker of aspartame) and the soft drink companies, and the more people with diabetes, the more money adjectives of them will make.
People think the FDA is the "protect the people" association. It isn't. It is the Food and Drug Administration, and seeks the interests and profits of the Food and Drug companies.
President Obama simply appointed Michael Taylor to be the Deputy Director of the FDA. Why is this a problem?
"Michael Taylor, former legal advisor to the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA)'s Bureau of Medical Devices and Bureau of Foods, later executive assistant to the Commissioner of the FDA,…still later a partner at the directive firm of King & Spaulding where he supervised a nine-lawyer group whose clients included Monsanto Agricultural Company, … still later Deputy Commissioner for Policy at the United States Food and Drug Administration, … and later near the law firm of King & Spaulding … now head of the Washington, D.C. bureau of Monsanto Corporation.5,6" (1) Please follow the first link below for the shocking full story on corruption in the FDA.
There is no "controversy." Only corruption. When sugar and corn farmers point to "studies" suggesting no link between their products and diabetes, the one and only question that matters is "Who paid for the study?"
The Food Pyramid is a prank, and is largely responsible for the fact that the US is ranked 50th in life span expectancy in the world (www.cdc.gov) and that 65% of all Americans are overweight or obese. By 2015, 50% of the population will be diabetic. (www.cdc.gov).
The FDA regularly approves drugs and vaccines they KNOW will kill or injure ethnic group, then recall them later, after the drug companies spawn their profits from them.
The question in looking at what the media say, what the government, especially the FDA says, is "Cui bono?"
"("To whose benefit?", literally "as a benefit to whom?", a double dative construction) is a Latin adage that is used any to suggest a hidden motive or to indicate that the party responsible for something may not be who it appears at first to be.
Commonly the phrase is used to suggest that the person or society guilty of committing a crime may be found among those who have something to gain, chiefly with an eye toward financial gain. The party that benefits may not other be obvious or may have successfully diverted attention to a scapegoat, for example." (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cui_bono)
Here are other articles on the true causes of diabetes, and how to reverse it minus medication. These articles come from sources that do not benefit from drug and food companies, are not linked to any disease based organizations, are not controlled by, threatened by, or adopt money from food, drug or soft drink companies.
Truth Publishing has a book called "How to Halt Diabetes in 25 Days." All of my diabetic patients own stable blood sugar without medication within 30 days of applying the principles in this book. Some of them own been diabetic for so long that they also need treatment (I am a natural form care physician) to repair damage not only from the elevated blood sugar, but from the drugs used to control it for so long. Literally 100% of my previously diabetic patients who comply next to food and exercise recommendations and are under care, are drug free next to fasting blood sugar between 70 - 110 in 30 days, and HA1C of 5.9 or less inwardly 6 months.
Good luck to you.
Dr. Kim Source(s): (1) http://www.smart-publications.com/nutrit…
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No , you do not go and get diabetes from eating sugar.
Here is the cause of type 2 diabetes.
Inactivity and obesity