By Dean L. Jones
Living in this current information society depends heavily on computer driven devices and unfortunately there are many sources that want to cause harm. Technology’s largest offender is called Malware, a term that is short for malicious software. Even so, long before technology faced this dreadful enemy, the human anatomy has been exposed to ingredients that perform like a malicious disrupter to good health.
Processed sugar maneuvers like a malware because it is a little known inflammatory that the more it is consumed the more it disrupts good health and purposely attempts to hide from view in countless packaged foods. Sugars are maliciously delicious as by consuming too much is scientifically implicated in the process of developing diabetes, heart disease, certain cancers and other unsolvable degenerative conditions.
When it comes to illnesses, more and more human nature expects for science to come up with solutions and in this case one remedy would be recommending an anti-inflammatory drug. However, smart eaters do not wait for possible cures, but instead seek out information on what causes inflammation and stop the cause rather than wait around for a synthetic cure.
Even ingesting as little as two teaspoons of sugar disrupts the balance in the body needed for healthy maintenance and repair. That is due in part as like technology malware processed sugar is sneaky and sometimes is disguised under different names.
Process sugar names include, but are not limited to, dextran, dextrose, diastatic malt, diatase, d-mannose, evaporated cane juice, ethyl maltol, maltose, treacle, barley malt, cane juice crystal, cane sugar, caramel, corn syrup, corn syrup solids, carob syrup, fructose, galactose, glucose, high fructose corn syrup, lactose, maltodextrin, malt syrup, sorbitol, and sucrose.
Unsuspecting hiding places for sugar in foodstuff are fruit yogurt, sauces, Chinese takeout, granola bar, and energy drinks. For example, barbeque sauces like Bull’s Eye and TJ’s Bold & Smoky are each 3-teaspoons of processed sugar per serving. Sweet Baby Ray’s BBQ sauce is 4-teaspoons of processed sugar per serving. Straus yogurt is 3-teaspoons of processed sugar per serving.
Taco Bell’s Avocado Ranch Dressing lists processed sugar 8th out of 29 ingredients. This company’s bacon is cured with processed sugar as number the 7th and 8th out of roughly 12 ingredients, which includes the bacon. Taco Bell’s pinto beans add processed sugar as its 3rd out of 13 ingredients, and their black beans add dextrose. The Citrus and Herb Seasoned Chicken add processed sugar as the 6th out of 21 ingredients, and in lieu of processed sugar, their Pepper Jack Sauce uses high fructose corn syrup in the 7th ingredient out of 30. The seasoned beef adds processed sugar as the 16th ingredient out of 40 ingredients.
In view of that, processed sugar is added to foodstuff as a maliciously delicious ingredient. Consequently, eat smart with unlimited discipline toward living extra SugarAlert!
As a strategic alliance strategist, Dean shares his best viable practices on behalf of a public benefit organization named the Southland Partnership Corporation.