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Eating sugar substantially increases your risk of osteoporosis.
Written By Michelle Simmons
Researchers looked at the effects of table salt and white sugar on the development of osteoporosis. Salt or sodium has long been believed to be a risk factor for osteoporosis, but the researchers found otherwise. In their review published in The Journal of the Missouri State Medical Association, it was revealed that sugar was the real culprit.

Reducing your sugar intake.
how much sugar you’re swallowing
red dot Switch to water: Instead of drinking sugar-sweetened beverages like soft drinks and sports drinks, drink good old water.
red dot Avoid adding sugar to your food or drink: Do not add table sugar and syrup to your food and drinks like cereal, pancakes, coffee, and tea.
red dot Avoid canned fruits: Canned fruits contain high amounts of syrup. It is best to eat fresh, frozen, or dried fruits.
red dot Try extracts: You can also use extracts such as almond, lemon, orange, or vanilla instead of sugar in recipes.
red dot Avoid products with added sugars: Foods that typically contain added sugars include bread, cakes, candies, ice cream, jams, and pizza.
red dot Avoid artificial sweeteners: Artificial sweeteners have been linked to various health problems like cancer and increased triglyceride levels.
Sources include: NaturalHealth365.com
Heart.org
Health.com
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