I’m not sure if I should be proud or embarrassed about this, but I can’t help but think that the sugar in my hot chocolate and soda has ignited a fire within, leaving me with a burning mouth and a bloated feeling.
It’s probably just my hormones, but I’ve been pretty excited all week about new hot chocolate and soda flavors, and now I feel like I got burned. I know that’s not really a huge deal, but it’s still kind of a bummer.
The problem is that sugar can actually be a pretty dangerous substance for your body. When you eat too much sugar, you can damage your digestive system, your liver, and your pancreas. When you eat too little sugar, you can be at risk of an aneurysm, which is a blood vessel rupture. In any event, you want to be careful with your sugar intake, because it can cause you to gain weight, which could also contribute to aneurysms.
One of the most popular YouTube videos of the 2010s, “Fatty Acid Diet,” which is just a crazy way to eat fat, is a good way to prevent sugar cravings and keep them controlled. If you eat a lot of it, you will likely gain weight. If you eat a little bit, then you might gain more weight. Either way, you’ll probably gain about 5-10 pounds of fat (if your body is still fat, but not overweight).
You are not your fat, and you are not your sugar. Those are both very important things, but they are not the only things you need to pay attention to. If you eat sugar, your body will start storing fat. The amount that it does not store is called your storage percentage. If you eat sugar, and then eat fat, you are storing fat that you don’t see.
Your body doesn’t like sugar for two reasons. First, because it does not like it. Second, because it does not like it at all. If you eat sugar, your body will make your body fat, even if you have a healthy body mass index (BMI). This is called metabolic fat storage. If you eat fat, you will store that fat, but you will not become obese.
Once you start storing fat, you will only store fat. The more you store, the more you lose weight in the future. To lose weight you need to burn fat. And in order to burn fat, you will lose weight. But to lose weight, you will need to store fat.
To lose weight, you will need to burn fat. To burn fat, you will need to store fat. To store fat, you will need to eat sugar.
Sounds pretty simple. But there are some problems with this model. First of all, we need to be careful to not conflate caloric restriction with “being fat.” It may be both at the same time, especially if you are eating healthy foods. But in this case, you would be eating less fat or you would be eating less sugar.
In many ways, you’re right. You’re actually not that complicated. One misconception that most people have is that you need to eat fewer calories to lose weight. This isn’t true. You don’t lose weight by getting fat. You lose weight by burning fat.