i think the answer is
Sugar can promote tooth decay.
just for the fact that is also states this in the study unit.
[What if I have a high intake of sugar daily? Sugar temporarily raises
your glucose level, which causes your body to release insulin. The insulin, in
turn, temporarily drops the glucose level sometimes even lower than where
it started. A high sugar intake has also been associated with an
increased incidence of tooth decay.]
Sugar can promote tooth decay
high sugsr intake can lead to high blood pressure
There are numerous health risks involved with someone that is hypoglycemic. One of the major health risks is that low blood sugar can cause organs to malfunction, which can result in a coma, loss of consciousness, or even death.
obesity, diabetes, puking, and probably more these ar just a few
Alan sugar took no risks he just started up a business
Which is better for you, Health Granola Cereal or Whole-Grain Cereal based on KCAL per serving, KCAL from fat, amount of sodium, amount of dietary fiber, and amount of sugar.
Only in relation with the amount of sugar ingested. Ingesting large amounts of sugar often may lead to diverse health disorders as i.e. obesity and insulin imbalance.
Sure you could get cavities but it's kinda good in candies, but if you get toooo much of it, you could go nutso and gain some weight. But here's a good tip, don't eat sugar cubes before you put it in your coffee. IT TASTES TERRIBLE!!!!!
No. Corn syrup is not toxic. Corn syrup essentially contains sugar, so consuming too much can cause health problems, but this is true of sugar regardless of whether it comes from corn syrup or not.
Consuming an excessive amount of sugar gives your body a burst of energy that does not last for very long. after this energy burst wears off it leaves you feeling tired. basically you experience an energy crash.
Yes, it is far too much. You should only be consuming around a third of that amount of sugar daily, and some of this will come from other areas. You are best to have only around 15 grams of sugar from such juice.
There is no official recommendation when it comes to how many Slurpees you should have in a week. If you like to have a Slurpee everyday, then you are free to do so. However, you should be aware of the amount of sugar (and empty calories) that are in Slurpees, and the potential health consequences of consuming too much. Just like anything else, moderation is key!