The impact on the sweet teeth, skin and body as a whole

The impact on the sweet teeth, skin and body as a whole
 Who does not love sweet? Almost half of us considers himself a sweet tooth and even a little proud of it. Candy, cakes, desserts, ice cream become part of our everyday life, from the moment of appearance of the first tooth and continue working days and holidays, happy and sad days, tea and home-visit restaurants. Whether innocuous really sweet, or we just do not notice the effects of its continuous use?  

It is known that sugar - is a carbohydrate which is composed mainly of the monosaccharides glucose. A glucose is a substance that is actively involved in the intracellular metabolism, primarily in energy production. Glucose - a clean energy which is necessary for an organism in certain situations.

Getting into our stomach with sweets, glucose instantly absorbed and enters the bloodstream, causing the active release of insulin - the hormone of the pancreas, which helps to get glucose into the cell, activating its vital functions. Under natural conditions, the signal for the cleavage of polysaccharides (liver glycogen) into monosaccharides (glucose) is the release of adrenal hormones that occurs during severe stress, increased physical and mental stress, as well as hunger.

If a large amount of glucose daily or almost daily ingested, it causes a permanent massive release of insulin, which in excess causes various disturbances in metabolism. In addition, there is a risk that the pancreas simply exhausted and no longer produce insulin in adequate quantities, and this is the beginning of a serious condition such as diabetes.

In the intestine, excess carbohydrates causes fermentation processes, goiter, which immediately affects the immune defense of the whole organism, and primarily the skin. Pustules appear on the skin, it becomes more sensitive to allergens, bacterial agents and physical factors.

Influence of sugar on the teeth as is obvious - are available in the oral cavity bacteria actively proliferate in a culture medium that promotes the development of caries. And in general, the flow of an excess amount of glucose with sweet food slows the breakdown of fat, increases the tendency to gain weight, and even cause obesity.

From all this begs the conclusion - eat sweet as little as possible, and only in those cases when the body needs energy intensive support, for example, during exams or after suffering a stress.

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