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Less Sugar, Better Health: The Science and Benefits Explained

Less Sugar, Better Health: The Science and Benefits Explained

January 6, 2024

This week, on A Different Perspective, Doc dives into No Sugar January. Doc explains his favorite diet and the benefits of the No Sugar challenge, including:

  • Improving mood
  • Reducing fluid retention
  • Improved immune response
  • Better focus and attention
  • Decreases inflammation

Why, then, do some people try this and find it to have minimal effect? Because it’s not a magic pill – it takes time. It may cost you comfort and some of the emotional side of food, but, as Doc says, “there are significant benefits to cutting sugar.”

Doc also covers the finer points of Berberine. Why do so many people go to this supplement, and medications like Ozempic that mimic it? The answer Doc gets is often “weight loss,” but he points out that most of us don’t know how it works. So, as always, Doc breaks it down to make it easily understandable.

Choose your hard – watch now!

For further information, check out these articles:

https://www.thewellnessway.com/sugar-and-its-bitter-aftertaste/

https://www.thewellnessway.com/benefits-of-giving-up-sugar/

https://www.thewellnessway.com/oregon-grape-this-grape-free-root-has-physical-and-emotional-benefits/

https://www.thewellnessway.com/adp/sugar-part-two-what-to-stay-away-from/

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