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Sugar can Lead to obesity, harm to health

Harm
Sugar is the source of human body energy, but excess sugar gets stored as fat in your body, leading to obesity, and obesity can lead to various diseases. Obesity is associated with high blood pressure, diabetes and cardiovascular risk. Studies show that obesity is the main reason so many adult Americans have high blood pressure.

Recommended daily intake: 250 - 450 grams

Sugar restriction
Eat less sweets and high calorie foods, such as cakes, chocolate, chips, cookies and full-fat ice cream. Fat people have a taste for high calorie foods, so should pay attention to the reasonable diet way.

The harm of excess Sugar
Lead to obesity, overweight
Malnutrition
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Seborrheicdermatitis
Excess sugar gets stored as fat in your body, which spells in weight gain -- a sure path to high blood pressure (hypertension), cardio-cerebrovascular disease and diabetes.

High Sugar Foods

White sugar

99.9g

White sugar

Honey

76.5g

Honey

Flour

73.7g

Flour

Applesauce

68g

Applesauce

Cake

68.2g

Cake

Red beans

64.2g

Red beans

Chocolate

53.6g

Chocolate

Orange juice

29.3g

Orange juice

Notice:
The content of Sugar per 100 grams of food
Weight unit: grams (g)

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