Sugar substitutes and their harm

Did you know that stevia is harmful to the organism?

There is strong evidence that steviol glycosides act as endocrine disruptors, strongly affecting progesterone levels and receptor binding.

Specifically, stevia increases progesterone production while blocking its receptor.

- Date Syrup.

Date syrup, like dates, has a very high glycemic index. It averages between 105 and 130 units. And date syrup is cooked dates. Therefore, the sugar in the body will rise just as quickly.

- Agave Syrup.

Unfortunately, now many teachings say that despite the naturalness of agave syrup has as much sugar in its composition, which can be harmful to the body. In particular, diabetics and those on the Autoimmune Protocol are not allowed.

Generally speaking, the list of prohibited sweeteners on the Autoimmune Protocol is huge: Agave syrup, barley malt, barley malt syrup, brown rice syrup, brown sugar, cane sugar corn sweetener, corn syrup, corn syrup solids, crystal fructose, dehydrated cane sugar, dextrin, dextrose cane juice, fructose, fruit juice, fruit juice concentrate, galactose, glucose, corn syrup, inulin, lactose, malt syrup, maltodextrin, maltose, monk fruit, refined sugar, rice bran syrup, maple syrup, sorghum syrup, sucrose, treacle, stevia.

Fortunately, topinambur syrup is not on this list.

Today, many doctors are increasingly trying to convince people to simply give up sugar from sweeteners, and consume fruits and berries instead. After all, eating sweets is just a matter of habits of mind and body

Take care of your health, your loved ones