The Dangers of Artificial Sweeteners

If you have read my Health policy blog you will know how much I go on about the bad, and often dangerous, effects of sugar on your body. It may be the single biggest threat to your health and the problem is that not many of the sugar substitutes are any better. A team of … Read more

Artificial Sweeteners Still Affect Your Blood Sugar

Do you use artificial sweeteners in an attempt to control your weight? Well evidence is growing that they may not be the healthy option that we think they are! Aspartame (nutra-sweet) could actually contribute to insulin resistance as well as being linked with brain and nerve damage and increased risks of multiple sclerosis, dementia, epilepsy … Read more

Sugar Levels Can Affect Your Brain

Type-2 diabetes is becoming more and more prevalent in this country and huge numbers are pre-diabetic, yet most people still do not realise the implications of this illness and that it isn’t ‘just a sugar disease’. It’s a metabolic disorder that has far-reaching consequences when it comes to the quality of your life, your health … Read more

Sugar is Our Addiction

All chronic disease these days has its roots in sugar consumption. The human race in the developed world has a sugar addiction and is dependent on sugar. Sugar is not just added sugar as we know it, adding sugar to your tea or coffee or to desserts, sugar is any substance with a high glycaemic … Read more

Bad Bacteria can make you fat

According to John Herring, editorial editor of Total Health Breakthroughs, there is one thing you must do to burn fat effortlessly and improve your health and that is to limit your intake of sugar, grains and high-glycaemic carbohydrates. A high-glycaemic diet stimulates the production of insulin, which is the ‘fat storage hormone’ and high insulin … Read more

Weight Loss Helped by Better Blood Sugar

Christmas is now behind us and the struggle to lose all those extra pounds from the seasonal celebrations has now begun. Well it’s all about insulin and how much your body makes. Starchy foods which are high glycaemic, like bread and potatoes, will send your blood sugar through the roof, triggering waves of fat-producing insulin. … Read more

Wyndham Health