BUY SUGAR CRUSH TODAY!

Get your copy of the book that connects the dots between sugar, carbohydrates, inflammation, nerve damage and a host of other problems that doctors have trouble diagnosing!

David Perlmutter, MD, author of the #1 New York Times Bestseller Grain Brain and Brain Maker

"Sugar Crush brings laser focus to the powerfully detrimental role of sugar and carbohydrates as direct toxins not just to the peripheral nerves, but to the body in general. This is up to date and incredibly well-researched information that helps rewrite our understanding of disease prevention."

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These are the questions we get asked most often

If you're confused about sugar and its role in disease and health, you're not alone. What is most important is that we begin to educate ourselves! Start here, with the questions we get asked most often about sugar, diet, health and disease.

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The Science Is Not Settled

The Nutrition Coalition is a nonprofit advocacy organization working to strengthen national nutrition policy so that it is founded upon a comprehensive body of conclusive science, and where that science is absent, to encourage additional research. Following the research, not the money, to find the truth

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How to Reverse Type 2 Diabetes, Why Insulin May Actually Accelerate Death, and Other Ignored Facts

One out of every four people in the United States have some form of diabetes or pre-diabetes. That’s an alarming statistic. Studies now show that common treatment for Type 2 diabetes is all wrong. This article is a great resource, not only for understanding the development of diabetes, but also looking forward to prevention and treatment without insulin, and without medications.

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Eating Sugar Makes You Stupid

Great article on mercola.com on the effects of sugar on brain and memory function.

Linking high sugar diet and cognitive flexibility:

Kathy Magnusson, a professor in the OSU College of Veterinary Medicine and principal investigator with the Linus Pauling Institute, said in an Oregon State University news release:

“It’s increasingly clear that our gut bacteria, or microbiota, can communicate with the human brain… Bacteria can release compounds that act as neurotransmitters, stimulate sensory nerves or the immune system, and affect a wide range of biological functions…

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