Sugar (carbohydrate)

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Sugar (carbohydrate): is a biological molecule consisting of carbon (C), hydrogen (H) and oxygen (O) atoms, usually with a hydrogen : oxygen atom ratio of 2:1.

‘Carbs’ include any and all sugar and complex sugar energy molecules. All sugars are carbohydrates and food that converts to sugar upon digestion are carbohydrates. For example: potatoes, bread, beans, rice, alcohol, fruit (fresh and dried) and juice are carbohydrates.

Carbs are one of three food groups, the others being proteins and fats; complex carbohydrates impose less stress on the pancreas than mono and disaccharide sugars like fructose and sucrose.

Carbohydrate intake should be kept to a minimum, regardless of source to avoid fueling the Sugar/Alcohol Cycle.

Blood sugar and diabetes are carbohydrate driven autoimmune conditions where hormonal balance is lost. Please read Special Insights, Change Your Food Habits, Change Your Life here.

Carbohydrates also drive the Autoimmune Attack Cycle.

Solutions

If you have problems with carbohydrate/sugar addiction and wish to free yourself, ask for help.

Please be open to new ideas.

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