Sugar-addiction, Fungus, and Immune System
[Facts] 25 million people are overeating. In South Africa for instance, 64% of the black population and 50% of the white population are overweight.
[Symptoms] Symptoms of sugar-addiction are: hypoglycemia, extreme hunger, extreme fatigue, irritability, food cravings. Sugar-addicts would go out at night to buy sweet foods and drinks, or make sure there is always a sufficient stock. Fungus (yeast infection or candidiasis) can be located in skin or mucosal membranes, including the thrush, the pharynx or esophagus, the gastrointestinal tract, the urinary bladder, the vagina, or the penis, and it results in redness, itching, discomfort, and burning.
[Activation] Sugar produces an inflammatory response identical to the immune response. This places major demands on the digestive system, and interferes with the absorption of critical vitamins and minerals, and weakens the immune system. Fungus and allergies are aggravated by a high sugar and starch diet.
[Prevention] Replacing regular sugar by fructose can considerably limit the food cravings.
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