Sugar like Cocaine 

By Jessica Spoto

Sugar is like cocaine: it’s addictive and deadly. For real there are actual studies on this! Putting massive amounts of sugar into your body creates fat. Fat is not healthy. An average person eats about 500 extra calories a day just by eating sugar. This is enough calories to put on one pound per week! Eww gross!

Now while not dissing a curvy body imagine, as well as not fat shaming, but one must admit having that unwanted unhealthy fat is just plain well unhealthy.

There are a lot of after effects of eating sugar. This includes: diseases such as heart disease and diabetes. It can also lead to obesity, insomnia, and tooth decay. Honestly who wants those things! Uh, NO ONE!

So seriously consider cutting out those sugary snacks. You could literally lose your life over ice cream, cookies, soda and sugar, sugar, sugar!!!  Not only can sugar hurt physically but mentally too! Consuming sugar can cause anxiety and even depression! Again, who wants those things?!? No one, absolutely no one!

The average American consumes 53 gallons of soda per year. Ewwwwwwwwwwwwww! Why do we do this to ourselves?! A lot of foods that people wouldn’t normally think wouldn’t have sugar, have sugar lurking within them. Foods that contain hidden sugar are foods like: french fries, pasta sauce, ketchup and peanut butter. So, seriously think before you eat, consider how much sugar is in the food, even when you don’t think the food contains sugar! Sugar is not your friend and it will never be, even though it tastes sweet and seductive, because believe me; it is. Don’t die over sugar because sugar is evil and deadly!


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