Ask The Blood Detective

Ask The Blood Detective - Sugar - The good, the bad, and the ugly - 11.19.16

November 21, 2016
Sugar - The good, the bad, and the ugly.
If you're like the average American you consume nearly 200 pounds of sugar every year. Refining process sugar is linked to a myriad of diseases which include autoimmune disease, cancer, heart disease, autoimmune problems and of course diabetes. You don't think you have a blood sugar disease? Think again! Even if your blood levels of sugar are normal your fatigue, headaches, brain fog, constipation, headaches - you name it, can have its origin in improper sugar balance. To make matters worse, Drs. commonly miss blood sugar problems when your blood glucose is normal. Join Dr. Michael Wald on his show, Ask The Blood Detective, as he explores the ins and outs of the dangers of sugar. Learn the difference between fruit sugar, glucose, sucrose and other sugars and sugar substitutes and how they impact your health and disease potential. Dr. WALD can be reached at his office at 914-242-8844. Email: www.integratednutritionny.com. Email: info@integratednutritionny.com
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