This substance can:
- Increase appetite.
- Increase insulin production.
- Lead to insulin resistance.
- Contribute to bone loss.
- Suppress the immune system—opening the door for infection and disease.
- Trigger surge in stress hormones (cortisol & adrenaline).
- Contribute to fat accumulation around your waist.
- Use up the body’s store of vitamins and minerals.
- Be referred to as a Class A drug—is more addictive than cocaine.
- Increase blood sugar.
- Contribute to diabetes.
- Increase blood pressure.
- Produce cravings.
- Produce an over-acid condition in your body.
- Contribute to depression.
- Contribute to yeast infections.
This substance lacks nutritional value, and yet, the estimates are Americans individually consume between 150-170 pounds of this substance per year.
Something for us all to think about.