Eve Colantoni CHC
- Sugar may be a bigger part of most people's diet than they realize. So, even if sugary treats are not being consumed, sugar could be a large part of the diet due to 'hidden sugars' included in processed foods.
- Dr. Robert Lustig, MD, a pediatric endocrinologist from CA, is leading a sugar reduction campaign.
- He concludes that obesity, type 2 diabetes, hypertension and heart disease are all related to excess sugar consumption and says 75% of which are preventable.
- Additionally, it was reported that cancer tumors thrive off of sugar as noted by Harvard professor Louis Cantley.
- Last, Dr. Gupta then underwent testing which showed how the pleasure centers in his brain responded when he consumed sugar. It was noted that with constant or repeated exposure to sugar, as many Americans have on a daily basis through the dietary choices they make, the brain can become 'desensitized' to sugar which causes the it to seek more and more in order to get the same pleasurable effect. This is the same bio-chemical process that drug addicted persons experience.
Eve Colantoni, CHC, chairs the Whole Foods Nutrition at National Integrative Health Associates. She helps women and men who are exhausted and overweight suffering from adrenal fatigue, gut imbalances, and brain fog to lose weight, increase their energy and feel good once again! She is founder of Weight Loss for Tired People and the Candida Healing Institute.