Heart disease, an expanding gut, kidney stones, liver damage, and breakouts are just some of the side effects of consuming too much of the white stuff not to mention the harm it does to your teeth
There's Three Research Study Show Why Too Much Sugar Is Bad for You, but it's just about "To Much"
- Research has consistently shown that people who drink sugary beverages, such as soda and juice, weigh more than people who don't
Also, drinking a lot of sugar-sweetened beverages is linked to an increased amount of visceral fat, a kind of deep belly fat associated with conditions like diabetes and heart disease
- Studies have shown that low-glycemic diets are associated with a reduced acne risk, while high-glycemic diets are linked to a greater risk
For example, a study in 2,300 teens demonstrated that those who frequently consumed added sugar had a 30% greater risk of developing acne
- A population study comprising over 175 countries found that the risk of developing diabetes grew by 1.1% for every 150 calories of sugar, or about one can of soda, consumed per day
Other studies have also shown that people who drink sugar-sweetened beverages, including fruit juice, are more likely to develop diabetes