3 Wonderful Things Happened After I Cut My Sugar Consumption


Coronary Bypass Surgery MedStar Union Memorial

Video taken from the channel: MedStar Health


Nutritionist Wants You to Cut Sugar Not Calories

Video taken from the channel: The Doctors


Hypoglycaemia How to Treat and Prevent Low Blood Sugar

Video taken from the channel: SingHealth


7 Unbelievable Things That Happen When You Reduce Sugar Intake

Video taken from the channel: Natural Ways

If you get more than 20% of your calories from added sugar even if you’re at a healthy weight you may be able to lower your heart disease risk when you cut back. Swipe to advance 6 / 12. 7 Things That Happened When I Cut Out Sugar for a Month by Heather Mayer Irvine.

24/10/2019. But I’d have to cut out all sweets and probably dial back my caloric intake, which during. To be fair, I’ve been struggling with acne on and off for a while, so my dietary change may not actually have been the cause, but it happened within a week of cutting out most sugar so I’m. I snapped out of my haze and suddenly felt more focused with more mental clarity than I’ve had in a long time. I’m guessing I went through a bit of a sugar detox.

3. More energy and no energy slumps. Since quitting sugar, my energy levels have gone up and I’m no longer looking for. Once my soda-addicted patients realize that diet soda isn’t such a harmless pleasure after all, they can usually manage to cut consumption or give it up entirely. Real fruit juice is another sugar addiction that’s extremely difficult to abandon. Because I cut down my sugar intake, the headache was definitely worse the next morning.

I did fare far better the next day though, despite my moment of masochism. I made my friend a birthday cake during the day on Saturday, and when the house filled with the smell of Funfetti I. For example, if you not only get rid of added sugar in your breakfast cereals, coffee and soft drinks, but also get rid of extra refined flours from muffins, cookies and other desserts at the same. Here are 7 things that happen to your body when you eat too much sugar, and how to cut back.

Help save lives. In a study of sugar consumption in 175 nations, Lustig found that eating 150. If you’ve resolved to eat healthier this year, cutting the amount of added sugar in your diet is one of the best first steps you can take.

The average American consumes 22 tsp (88 g) of added. 7 Things That Happened When I Cut Out Sugar for a Month. But I’d have to cut out all sweets and probably dial back my caloric intake, which during marathon season, may.

List of related literature:

I could never stay away from sugar for very long.

“The End of Dieting: How to Live for Life” by Dr. Joel Fuhrman
from The End of Dieting: How to Live for Life
by Dr. Joel Fuhrman
Hay House, 2014

I was unable immediately to remove all the sugar from my diet – it would take another 14 months before I could finally drink tea and coffee without added sugar.

“Lore of Nutrition: Challenging conventional dietary beliefs” by Tim Noakes
from Lore of Nutrition: Challenging conventional dietary beliefs
by Tim Noakes
Penguin Random House South Africa, 2017

Refined sugar was lethal to my body and I needed to avoid any form of it—dextrose, fructose, maple syrup, molasses, and brown sugar.

“Healing Multiple Sclerosis: Diet, Detox & Nutritional Makeover for Total Recovery” by Ann Boroch, Ann Louise Gittleman, PH.D., CNS
from Healing Multiple Sclerosis: Diet, Detox & Nutritional Makeover for Total Recovery
by Ann Boroch, Ann Louise Gittleman, PH.D., CNS
Quintessential Healing, 2011

Because the artificial sweeteners are a lot sweeter than real sugar, they trick your body into pumping out insulin, which slows your metabolism, increases belly fat, and increases cravings for sugar and starchy foods like bread and pasta.

“The Tapping Solution for Weight Loss & Body Confidence: A Woman's Guide to Stressing Less, Weighing Less, and Loving More” by Jessica Ortner
from The Tapping Solution for Weight Loss & Body Confidence: A Woman’s Guide to Stressing Less, Weighing Less, and Loving More
by Jessica Ortner
Hay House, 2014

The connection between added sugars, obesity, and other chronic diseases relates to both the calories sugars contribute and the fructose component of these sweeteners.9 Added sugar intake rose drastically during the last part of the 20th century, and as the amount rose, so did the incidence of obesity (see graph).

“Visualizing Nutrition: Everyday Choices” by Mary B. Grosvenor, Lori A. Smolin
from Visualizing Nutrition: Everyday Choices
by Mary B. Grosvenor, Lori A. Smolin
Wiley, 2017

Often called a “sugar epidemic” today, hypoglycemia is caused when we repeatedly eat too much sugar or refined carbohydrates like pastries and desserts; this causes the pancreas to overreact by producing too much insulin; the excess insulin then lowers blood sugar too much in an effort to normalize body sugar balance.

“Linda Page's Healthy Healing: A Guide To Self-Healing For Everyone” by Linda Page
from Linda Page’s Healthy Healing: A Guide To Self-Healing For Everyone
by Linda Page
Healthy Healing Publications, 2004

These results show that walnut polyphenols acted to inhibit excessive blood sugar elevation after a meal.

“Tree Nuts: Composition, Phytochemicals, and Health Effects” by Cesarettin Alasalvar, Fereidoon Shahidi
from Tree Nuts: Composition, Phytochemicals, and Health Effects
by Cesarettin Alasalvar, Fereidoon Shahidi
CRC Press, 2008

In reality, the problem was there all along from the high fat levels in your bloodstream as a result of everything else you were eating; the sugar simply revealed it.

“Medical Medium Liver Rescue: Answers to Eczema, Psoriasis, Diabetes, Strep, Acne, Gout, Bloating, Gallstones, Adrenal Stress, Fatigue, Fatty Liver, Weight Issues, SIBO & Autoimmune Disease” by Anthony William
from Medical Medium Liver Rescue: Answers to Eczema, Psoriasis, Diabetes, Strep, Acne, Gout, Bloating, Gallstones, Adrenal Stress, Fatigue, Fatty Liver, Weight Issues, SIBO & Autoimmune Disease
by Anthony William
Hay House, 2018

Was it possible that long-term use of stevia made her glucose-intolerant?

“The Stevia Deception: The Hidden Dangers of Low-Calorie Sweeteners” by Bruce Fife
from The Stevia Deception: The Hidden Dangers of Low-Calorie Sweeteners
by Bruce Fife
Piccadilly Books, Limited, 2017

Sugar leads to decreased glucose tolerance.

“The Candida Cure: The 90-Day Program to Beat Candida & Restore Vibrant Health” by Ann Boroch
from The Candida Cure: The 90-Day Program to Beat Candida & Restore Vibrant Health
by Ann Boroch
Quintessential Healing, Incorporated, 2010

Alexia Lewis RD

Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Certified Heath Coach who believes life is better with science, humor, and beautiful, delicious, healthy food.

[email protected]

View all posts


Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

  • These negative symptoms are also caused by eating animals and animal secretions. Oil can also cause liver problems. Eating a plant based diet is the way to go.

  • You guys are the REAL heroes of this world.
    I came here because my father had a bypass surgery last week and I had this curiosity to see what happens exactly. I don’t believe in God but looking at you giving life to someone actually puts my faith in humanity.
    Thanks a lot for doing what you do.
    God Bless You

  • Lovely Video! Excuse me for the intrusion, I would love your initial thoughts. Have you tried Patlarny Sugar Outcome Principle (Sure I saw it on Google)? It is a good exclusive guide for reversing diabetes without the normal expense. Ive heard some incredible things about it and my friend got amazing results with it.

  • Hey….. Recently I received my sugar level report…..It was 71 mg/dl after fasting……Is threre any chance of getting hypoglycemia in future……that is,my sugar levels dropping to 69 mg/dl like that….. Please explain…… I’m confused and I need your help…..looking forward

  • Hi all, yesterday my brother was operated for open heart surgery and it was very painfully me as well but by god grace the doctor work is good enough to save him and he is back to normal…. really we salute the profession of doctor to save our life may god gives them more courage and god bless them…

  • I didn’t actually believe i could be cured of diabetes until i contacted Dr Remendy. I have lived with diabetes for 2 years believing that there was no cure because so many doctors couldn’t cure me until Dr Remendy did.I contacted him and he cured me within 2 months and today i’m totally free. You can contact him via whatsapp +2347065642480 or email: [email protected] gmail.com

  • As someone who underwent a quad bypass over seven years ago I find watching this very interesting. Now I have an idea of just what my six and a half hours on the operating table were really like.  They say you can find anything online and now I really believe it.:)

  • This is awesome. A little difficult to decipher exactly whats what, but its cool to learn about this in class and seen it put into action. 

  • jesus….I couldn’t get more then 3 mins in, it’s amazing to hear about the advances made in the medical field, but the reality of the actual procedures is just…wow…

  • I always think about how difficult is calculate the exact deep of the guts to be specific and make the rights incisions. It’s a hard work, that demand a lot of sensibility and tecniche to feel the limits of human body. 

  • I want you to read this article. It is really amazing. pediatriconcall.com/articles/pediatric-endocrinology/hypoglycemia-an-approach/hypoglycemia-an-approach-introduction#144

  • I’m astonished; what vain did they repurpose…and how is it not crucially necessary from it’s previous role? 

    Daily we interact with members of our species who frustrate us-but then there are these heroes. Thank you for the excellent commentary and contribution to us all. 

  • I”m a 52 female and i had a triple bypass a month ago. I didn’t want to know how they did it. I see why now. I thank all the Dr. that give us are life back. Thank you Dr Khanna and Owensbore Hospital in kentuky amazing people.

  • Those pads they put in towards the end are not removed? or the vid just ended before they remove them. They look like pads to absorb fluids.

  • Great job. A very educational video. I’m only puzzled by the use of an ordinary tablespoon at 40:13. But kudos for the innovative approach.

  • This happened on dec 13 2013 to me, almost 3 month ago now and yes it was a friday!
    2  bypasses were applied to me and the spare vessel was not from a limb but taken from another place in my chest. 
    Now I understand why I have to swallow a small handful of pills a day just to keep my blood thin and smooth for another few years.
    In aw and with a big smile on my face I watched this.
    Many many thanks to the surgeons of the OLVG in Amsterdam!!!!!!!!!

  • I admire the work these surgeons do-my grandfather had to have at least one of these done, and it is amazing seeing how the doctors treated him

  • Y did I decide to watch this.????…lol I almost passed out due to the blood….im such an ediot who thought hey it dont look that bad…..once I saw the heart pumping it was over I went dizzy n pale….lol im done for the night.

  • I’d love to do this. But I’m poor and have a child. I don’t think I could be in school 8 years plus…. It really depresses me sometimes cause I have such a passion for medical. I already phlebotomy, EKG, and cardiac monitoring.

  • I’ve been playing open heart surgery stimulators, which means I’ll have the tools necessary to work on real people. Screw the 7 8 yrs of school. I just learned everything I need to know tonight. I’m applying tomorrow. Here comes a new doctorrrrr…

  • This stuffs truly amazing. How fast yet smoothly, and efficiently this whole crew works and operates. And you can sense his composure in his voice as if its easy. They know what theyre doing. Im a mechanic who makes a FRACTION of the money they make but these guys are basically mechanics of the human body and they sure deserve
    every penny of their sky high salary, if not more!

  • My uncle is due to have this surgery in the coming weeks, he too is a 53 year old male with a foot infection and diabetes, what a weird coincidence

  • This is my dream, to do surgery, do look at bare heart and do, actually, help people with cardiac problems. In personal statement we put “Help people” just to be accepted, but here I truly saying, this is my dream to become a surgeon. This is awesome. I enjoyed this video and 2 burgers during it!

  • My husband is having triple bypass surgery tomorrow…I’m in the medical field, I KNOW all this stuff and I’m still scared witless.

  • drinking cola is not permanent and good solution, even its more dangerous. its poison do not act like this and spread wrong knowledge. there are more natural source of sugar which are good sugar.

  • Hats off and respect to all the researchers and doctors, scientists who have really added value to there gifted LIFE but to others life as well.

  • Amazing work! Medicine has come a long way and it’s fascinating how such complicated procedures can be done to repair the human body in major ways. I can’t wait to see the progress we make in the future. I hope to go to college, learn all I can learn, and become a part of it. Maybe I will play a big role in the next medical revolution, haha.

  • I’ma insulin dependant pump diabetic & my problem is that I definitely have to watch my sugar intake & irs hard! But I’m trying to gain weight and muscle, what can I do to help me do that when my stomach will not digest food that much??? Love this show keep up the good work and videos, they help alot more than people realize! Please help! Thanks! I hope y’all have blessed & great holidays!! ������⛄❄️����☯️����������������️

  • Thank you for posting such an amazing and detailed video. I had the wires also, I had NO pain after being released from intensive care a few days later and I was sitting up with the drainage tubes still intact then maybe 2 days later I was out of bed and walking laps alone 2x a day in the Hospital floor, the Nurses were amazed, now 11 years later I ride my bike 30 miles each way to my Cardiologists office for the annual visit

  • To be honest, the most unpleasant part of the surgery for most beginner surgeons is actually at the very beginning when they make the incision. It smells awful. But everything else is ok. You get used to the smell eventually too.

  • Thank you for the information. It’s so helpful
    Hypoglycemia is a clinical state with low glucose concentration in the blood, usually associated with giddiness, weakness, anxiety, irritability, hunger, palpitation, blurred vision, headache, inability to concentrate, loss of memory, and in severe cases, paralysis, seizures or coma. Patients with diabetes start getting symptoms of hypoglycemia when the sugar levels drop below 70 mg/dl but this can vary widely from person to person. Hypoglycemia usually occurs when a meal is missed or delayed, following unaccustomed heavy exercise or when too high a dose of insulin or diabetes tablets is taken in error.

    For more details about Hypoglycemia in Diabetes visit: https://drmohans.com/patient-care/hypoglycemia/

  • Amazing, I had open heart in 2002, a 4x bypass in Stony brook hospital by Doctor Bilfinger and still fine. I had a vein taken from my calve area and forearm, they didn’t go all the way up my leg 

  • OMG I’d never be able to do that. I’d be afraid of slitting a major artery or killing the patient o_o a lil too gory for me. The best I could do would be the person who hands out the needed instruments…

  • How does someone assess how far to separate the breastbone with the retractor?
    I mean doesn’t the retractor sacrifice the integrity of the breastbone by over extending it?

  • I just had a quadruple bypass a month ago and wanted to see what was going on while I was sleeping! It is truly amazing! Thanks to all surgeons who do this on a regular basis! I feel so blessed to have a second chance at life.

  • I had this done 3 years ago. I was almost taken back into surgery due to a bleed which finely did stop. Even though I had some ups and downs recovery was great. Sadly this year I had to have 3 sets of sternal wires removed as they had all broke. I would like to thank all those surgeons around the world that do this surgery every day so we can have a better life.

  • While I know nothing about this field I still have large amount of respect for these surgeons. I still do wonder why they’re using a drill, it seems a little drastic. 

  • I’m amazed at all of this! If anyone could tell me how many years of college I would have to take to be a surgical doctor because this kind of stuff intrigues me greatly.