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Shun the Sugar, Banish the Belly Fat

Tuesday, December 9th, 2014
By Danielle Tworek, Nutrionist

Sugar has been dubbed public enemy number one for years now – you know it’s bad for you, but it tastes oh-so-good. Meaning that even with all the threats of weight gain, disease and advanced aging, you still can’t quite keep your hand out of the cookie jar, candy dish or whatever form you prefer to enjoy the sweetness of sugar.
But, there’s a method to the madness, a reason that sugar practically calls out to you. A reason that makes it possible to give you simple, expert strategies to turn off those sugary cravings.

The Science Behind the Sweet Tooth

Have you ever noticed how some people are drawn to sweets by an impenetrable force, while others can take it or leave it? New research out of the Monell Chemical Senses Center suggests that the advent of the sweet tooth for each individual begins in the womb – if dear ol’ mom ate a lot of sugar while you were in the making, your developing taste buds may be more sensitive to the sweet flavor. Amniotic fluids transfer flavors to the fetus, which eventually will begin to swallow different tastes at different rates. These first exposures stick with you after birth.

Continued research provides evidence that your diet as a toddler can impact the force of those exposures – how much sugar you consume in your first years further develops or inhibits that presumed “need” for the sweet stuff. Joseph Pinzone, M.D., an endocrinologist and professor at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA told Shape magazine, “When we are exposed to any stimulus like food, the chemistry in our brain changes in some way.” For example, if your grandmother always gave you cookies when you came to visit as a child, you may develop a neural connection that favors sweets, associating the gesture of cookies with love.

Much Ado About Sugar

These early exposures can be hard to “undo.” Leslie Stein, Ph.D., director of science communications for the Monell Chemical Senses Center explains that you can never drastically alter your taste preferences because you can’t alter your genes. Her words don’t give much hope for the millions of Americans waging an often uphill battle against their sweet tooth.

While there isn’t much you can do about your sensitivity to certain flavors, there is a lot you can do about cravings, especially sugar cravings. Incessant fluctuations in your blood sugar levels drive your body to crave simple sugars for instant energy, manhandling your willpower and sending you rummaging through the freezer for some ice cream. After you dine on said sugars, you may find yourself supercharged, only to come crashing down moments later, worse than before and with cravings for even more sweet treats.

The solution to shunning sugar is keeping your blood glucose levels balanced, a task that is easier said than done. Consuming a balanced, low carbohydrate diet is the best way to keep blood glucose levels intact and downplay cravings. Changing your eating habits to accommodate a low-carb lifestyle can be challenging. Many people will spend the first two-weeks tortured by cravings, especially those with a savvy sweet tooth.

Dr. David Brownstein, renowned holistic physician, recognized the need to help individuals maintain blood glucose balance and manage sugar cravings, after all, these factors influence your weight, mood, energy levels and overall health. To help his patients banish sugar cravings, Dr. Brownstein recommends, “Herbs and nutrients, like gymnema leaf, bitter melon fruit, manganese and zinc, can further aid your efforts to maintain balance of your blood sugar levels.”

Of course, simplicity is the key to any healthy lifestyle plan. That’s why Dr. Brownstein developed Glucose Reduce, a nutritional supplement with 26 ingredients, including herbs and nutrients vital to managing sugar cravings and maintaining the balance of healthy blood sugar levels. “Glucose Reduce promotes system balance giving your healthy lifestyle added support to ensure you reach your wellness goals,” says Dr. Brownstein. “Fatigue, mood swings and cravings are all tied to blood sugar levels. Many people struggle because they’re too tired or stressed to cook a healthy meal or hit the gym. Achieving balance can significantly impact your efforts toward a healthier lifestyle. I’ve seen it in many of my patients.”

You can find balance with Glucose Reduce today! Dr. Brownstein is offering 30-day risk-free trial bottle of Glucose Reduce. With one capsule two times per day, you can enjoy the benefits of the hand-picked ingredients, such as:

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·         Vitamin C
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·         Selenium
·         Copper
·         Manganese
·         Chromium
·         Potassium
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