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Sugar can be toxic

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I don't think toxic sugar was his / hers only contributing factor to diabetes:

 

"Coffee with Sugar, Donuts, Soda, Fast food."

 

Not exactly the healthiest diets :woot:

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I used to call my ex-wife Sugar as a term of affection.

 

Boy... talk about sugar being toxic..... :yikes:

 

:funny:

 

Duane, I believe that alot of our problem is that it's genetic, "runs in the family". I had several uncles who were diabetic and my father was diabetic. Pops also had P.A.D. (peripheral artery disease) in his legs, as does my half sister and myself, sister and I are also diabetic. ;)

 

 

 

 

:geezer:

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If we had likes on here I'd have had to throw ole Tex one for that post. It's like I sometimes say when people ask "what are the worst kind of bees?" Wasps, yellow jackets, hornets? Nope, the Deb Bees.

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My Dentists said to me "Back off on the Acids" I ask he says Sugar, Citric Acid, and others i cannot pronounce.

 

These Acids remove tooth enamel, the acids we consume, eat and drink.

 

Had a few too may Gobstoppers some years ago, that hurt, didn't brush after eating, woke up to a painful cavity.

 

They also say Corn syrup has the same affects.

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Don't drop the brown acid, man.

 

Seriously though, I don't think sugar is bad for you unless you have sugar or just go nuts eating it. The fake sugar is worse. Aspartame and its ilk. Chemicals.

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Raw Sugar like Sugarcane juice is supposedly good for us, it's high levels of Alkaline fight Cancers, it cannot survive in an Alkaline environment.

 

Something happens during processing of Sugar that causes it to be toxic.

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