Do You Have An Abusive Relationship With Sugar?


The Standard American Diet (SAD) is saturated with sugar, high omega-6 fatty acids, excessive calories, trans fats, processed and pesticide-laden foods. People who have a simple, carbohydrate-based diet (bread, pasta, potatoes, rice, fruit juice and sugar) have a 400% increased risk of getting Alzheimer’s disease. New research has also linked a sugar-laden diet to Alzheimer’s disease, which some scientists are now calling “type 3 diabetes.”

Some of the most common risk factors for Alzheimer’s disease include: obesity, diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, smoking, using drugs or alcohol, sleep apnea, insomnia, and low estrogen, testosterone, or thyroid. And, lest you think that only your memory is at stake, insulin resistance has linked Alzheimer’s with a wide array of behavioral and mood disorders including: depression, panic attacks, anxiety, insomnia, and ADHD.

Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, depression, and obesity are national health epidemics that continue to grow. The answer is NOT to see them as individual, separate disorders, but rather as different outcomes of the same unhealthy lifestyle that have exactly the same cure. The best way to prevent Alzheimer’s is to eliminate all of the risk factors that are associated with the disease—and the good news is that most of them are either preventable or treatable!

Adopting these five brain-healthy strategies can help protect you from premature aging:

So Long, Sugar

Sugar is not your friend. Sugar produces inflammation in your body, increases erratic brain cell firing, and sends your blood sugar levels on a roller-coaster ride. If you’re in an abusive relationship with sugar, break it off today!

Brain Healthy Breakfast

A balanced breakfast (including protein) helps to keep the blood sugar balanced so that you can make smart decisions about how to take care of your brain and body.

Feed Your Second Brain

 There’s a reason your gut is considered your second brain. Intestinal problems increase inflammation—that low-level fire that destroys your organs—and increases your risk for depression, worry, chronic pain and poor cognitive health. To balance your gut health, eat fermented foods or take a high-quality probiotic supplement.

Lean Protein

Lean protein provides the necessary building blocks for brain health. For optimal brain function, include more healthy proteins in your diet, including: beans, spinach, raw nuts, free-range eggs and omega-3 rich salmon.

Eat Brain Berries

Wild blueberries, nicknamed “brain berries” by neuroscientists, have high amounts of antioxidants and are known to protect against Alzheimer’s disease.

Being serious about brain health has no age limit, especially when a better brain can help improve your focus, mood, and memory. You can create a brain-healthy life by learning how to love and care for the most important part of your body…your brain.

How Brain SPECT Imaging Can Help

Brain SPECT imaging looks at the functioning of the brain. It can tell us if your brain is healthy, experiencing accelerated aging, injured, overactive, or underactive. Without imaging and other assessments, there’s really no way to know what’s going on inside your brain.

Although getting older is unavoidable, aging is optional. To learn how we can help you prevent Alzheimer’s and dementia, call us today at 888-288-9834 or visit us online to schedule a visit.


  1. Thank you for the interesting article. We have recorded the health impact of the elimination of sugar and refined grains through blood markers (cholesterol, LDL, triglycerides, hsCRP & hgA1C). Have you ever taken SPECT images of the brain before and after a sugar addiction disorder has been eliminated? I would be very interested in seeing those images. Thank you. Nadja Pinnavaia, Founder & CEO, Euphebe

    Comment by Nadja Pinnavaia — August 18, 2017 @ 7:33 AM

  2. Yes, just another alt science article attacking the efficiencies of the American Industrial Agriculture and the American Food Processing Industry, an act of collusion to deprive our Corporate Persons of their right to profit as guaranteed by our Federal Courts’ interpretation of the Civil and Constitutional Rights of our corporations as corporate persons equal to and superior to mortal persons born of flesh.
    In short, an article that is an act of domestic terrorism.

    Comment by tree207 — August 18, 2017 @ 8:41 AM

  3. There is nothing “ALT SCIENCE” about it, real science has proven all of the above as fact. Closed minded people such as yourself just stick your head in the sand and ignore the truth.

    Comment by Brent Guild — August 19, 2017 @ 12:11 PM

  4. I am only stating how this article is viewed by those who run the show. Facts. What good are facts without power. Witness our metabolic disorder epidemic, an epidemic which will collapse our medical and healthcare system.

    Only if the epidemic is seen as a threat to the ability of the United States to wield military power might something be done. Defense contractors versus Food Processing, Big Agriculture, and Big Pharma.

    Comment by tree207 — August 20, 2017 @ 1:31 PM

  5. Sugar and sweeteners are absolutely an addiction, although I think this is more true for some people than others. I can’t have even the tiniest taste. If I can tell that any food or drink has had a sweetener added to it in any amount at all– I can’t have it. (Or fruit juice, dried fruit, etc.) But what a lot of people don’t understand is that this means ALL sweeteners of ANY kind– no exceptions. It’s not just sugar and corn syrup, it’s also honey, brown rice syrup, coconut sugar, agave, etc etc etc. And it’s not just artificial sweeteners– it’s also stevia, monk fruit, and so on. It all leads back to sugar!

    It all has to be 100 percent gone forever with absolutely no exceptions, EVER again. This is really extreme, and believe me, if I had any choice, I wouldn’t do it. But I have to do it. Even the slightest taste sends me right back to massive amounts of sugar. Everyone may not have an addiction this extreme… but we’re all addicted to some degree.

    Comment by Inga Andersdotter — August 22, 2017 @ 2:54 PM

  6. I think you needed to add an emoticon to make it clear that this was satire. 😉

    Comment by Inga Andersdotter — August 22, 2017 @ 2:56 PM

  7. Good point. Thank You.

    Comment by tree207 — August 22, 2017 @ 4:34 PM

  8. I have the same issue.

    Comment by Christopher Perry — August 26, 2017 @ 10:12 AM

  9. Sure the heck would save me $$ at the dentist. One bite of sugar and I’m like a kid at Halloween that will eat the whole bag of candy left on the counter.

    Comment by Stefers143 — October 22, 2018 @ 8:31 PM

  10. You may need a water filter, before it’s too late.

    Comment by Joel — October 23, 2018 @ 7:55 PM

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