Why the sugar bad for your health?
Sugar per se is not bad for health. A healthy person will be able to take care of all the sugar he or she eats. All food that we eat is converted to sugar in body. Body uses this sugar for its energy needs and extra sugar is converted in fat and stored in adipose tissue for a rainy day. Thus when you consume more calaories than you utilize for your activities or exercise you will gain weight. It does not matter if calories have come from sugar or not. A person with diabetes finds it difficult to tackle the sugar intake as fast as a normal person will do and hence blood sugar levels of a diabetic person will remain high for a much longer time than blood levels of a normal person.
Any processed sugar is bad for your health, whether it be high fructose corn syrup or white granulated sugar. Processed sugar inhibits insulin from communicating with our brain. Overeating is the results and obesity is inevitable. Almost everything we buy contains more sugar than our body needs. Used in excessive amounts over time, our body is not able to produce enough insulin to keep up with the demand sugar places on our body.
There is no problem with taking your tea with or without sugar, except of course for the calorie and carb load that sugar provides. There is no interaction with tea, except to sweeten it. Taking unsweetened tea is OK. Taking tea with real brown sugar (not the spun refined sugar with molasses added) is also OK. Real brown sugar have coarser crystals. Taking tea with refined white sugar is very bad, not because of the…
A reasonable amount of sugar isn't bad. Unless you have health issues made worse by consuming sugar. Consuming too much sugar if you're healthy though, might lead to cardiovascular problems, high colesterol and other, indeed bad, things. There's many factors to consider when trying to precise how much is too much sugar, but trusting your common sense might do the trick.
rock sugar blend with watermelon (juice) can help to dissolve stones in our organ (kidney liver, bladder, gallbladder) but not sugar. Sugar is made of sugar cane and bad for cancer sufferer. Rock sugar has health benefit value. If rock sugar and coarse/fine sugar made from the same sources, why they have different value? is it because of the process?