Monday, September 14, 2009


Is SUGAR bad for You?
What kind of SUGAR?

The average American now consumes approximately 115 lbs. of sugar per year. This is per man, woman and child.

The biggest reason sugar does more damage than any other poison, drug or narcotic is twofold:

* (a) It is considered a "food" and ingested in such massive quantities, and
* (b) The damaging effects begin early, from the day a baby is born and is fed sugar in its formula. Even mothers milk is contaminated with it if the mother eats sugar, and
* (c) Practically 95% of people are addicted to it to some degree or other.


Organic sugar it simply sugar cane grown with out pesticides and is typically found in a raw state (not bleached white). Sugar is sugar, whether it's organic or conventionally grown.

Whoever you are, whatever you do, wherever you may be. You can’t beat the real thing. It really refreshes and brings real satisfaction in every glass. It was not until America’s choice had been thirst best friend for decades and consumed by millions every day, when a serious drawback arose: the real thing makes you really fat.


In 1982 the Coca Cola Company addressed the negative aspect of its drink with the introduction of a sugar-free version of the Ice-cold sunshine. Diet Coke was the first new coke brand since 1886 and signified a revolution – not only for wannabe thin women – but for the Coca Cola brand as a whole. Numerous coke by-products followed in the slipstream of the Diet Coke success: Cherry Coke, Caffeine-Free Coke, Classic Coke, Vanilla Coke, Coca-Cola Orange, Coke Zero, Coke Black Cherry Vanilla and many more. Today these spinoffs have saturated the market up to a level that we can safely say nobody drinks the real thing anymore.

So how you can be close to BURN BELLY FAT and eat the right way?
It may take to go VEGGIE to realize that you can be Healthy with less of what everyone else is eating.
Check out my favorite "VEGGIE PLAN"