Not all sugar is evil
Sugar is sugar and there is absolutely no way to use science to get around that. However, there are a lot of misnomers out there about sugar and how ‘natural’ sugar is the same as ‘refined’ sugar. What is the actual difference between the two? Why do people think that there is the same amount of sugar in an apple as there is in a can of cola? Well, when you look at sugar as a whole yes there is the same amount of sugar but when you look at the amount of natural sugar versus refined then the skew changes. Think about it this way, there is Stevia contained in your Nuez de la India tablets. Does that give it a high caloric intake? No.
Natural sugar is organic. As we said about, stevia is in Nuez de la India tablets but that does not make Nuez de la India like a soda. Natural sugar exists in clean food; fruit to be exact. Think about things that are starchy like potatoes since they also have sugar. It is perfectly fine to have careful amounts of natural sugar in your day to day. It does after all provide sweetness and some energy. If you’re getting up early a little sugar never hurt anyone after all.
Refined sugar on the other hand is in everything. Every single food item that is on the ‘no’ list for your clean eating plan probably has sugar in it. If you think that it came from a factory than it has sugar in it. Sugar that comes from a box and is bleached white is what most consider refined sugar. This type of sugar makes everything we like taste like sunshine, from time to time. Think about it this way: the sweetness of soda versus an apple. Now that you have that visual you can break down the bad science of the meme and why it is intentionally misleading for people who are militantly against sugar.
Having a little sugar in your diet is ok; cutting out refined sugar is suggested since it does lead to belly fat and bloat! Sometimes having a fancy coffee in the morning does give you a little bit of a boost but on a daily basis, it makes you just feel lighter in the wallet than it does in your stomach. Drinking Nuez de la India means that you are also getting another small dose of natural sugar. If you drink your nightly beverage with tea (or straight) think about the tiny amount of agave or honey that you add. Don’t overly sweeten your beverage, you’re sweet enough as is! So now that you’ve got the facts on sugar think about how Nuez de la India has never been misleading about what type of sugar you can have. Stevia is right there on the box. How many other products put that sort of information right out there for people to see? Not many! That’s why Nuez de la India is proven to work and works for so many.
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