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New Study: Added Sugar Ups Heart Disease Risk!

Tuesday, February 04, 2014

emoticon for checking this important information out. I believe you will find something within this news clip to be of benefit.

God bless!


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emoticon For those gals who drink regular soda --- PLEASE RECONSIDER that questionable choice --- watch this for the reason why! emoticon


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  • v PURPLEPEONY
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  • v SUCCESS68
    Thanks for sharing.
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  • v _CYNDY55_
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    I quit drinking emoticon 3 years ago.
    936 days ago
  • v EMSSBEARS
    Thank you for sharing this is very interesting. I had stopped drinking sodas but I need to pay more attention to hidden sugars in other foods.
    936 days ago
  • v GENRE009
    I have written many blogs about you are what you eat, never give up-which tells which disease are related to what foods, food basic helping with eating normal. our bodies are alkaline when you make it acidic thru sugars, acidic foods, non-nutrient foods, pop, preservatives, you set yourself up to kill organs, and diminish your oxygen supply. I just wonder sometimes when I give a shout out like this, how many will listen. many don't until they are almost at deaths door. But we always keep pushing cause that's who we are, we care, or have been there. Thanks this was a very good blog message.
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  • v POSITIVE41
    thanks for sharing - I kicked the soda habit about 5 years ago. don't miss it at all.
    937 days ago
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  • v BILLTMAN
    Watched the video. Thanks for sharing.
    937 days ago
  • v PMFISH
    Thank you.
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  • v IMAVISION


    I was posting this earlier today --- pretty much on the fly --- just minutes before I needed to head out the door for my Bible study discussion "fix", so I didn't share my reason for wanting to share the information.

    I, too, gave up emoticon drinking many, many years ago. Back in the day of my choosing soda over water emoticon , if anyone had told me that I would one day find myself shuttering at the very thought of drinking that "liquid sugar", I would have though them to be quite daff. All I can think now is how blessed I feel to not be tempted to indulge in soda.

    At present I am going sugar-free --- aiming to break my eighteen month record of being sugar-free. Once I have accomplished that, I will continue on to break my longest record of twenty-four months of being sugar-free. Hopefully, by that time, going without sugar will be such a habit that I never go back to indulging in sugary treats.

    My goal, when sharing this information, was to put another piece to understanding the dangers of too much sugar intake out there. I sincerely hope that the information shared will strike a cord with those who are taking sugar into their bodies unaware of the danger possibilities beyond weight gain.

    God bless!
    937 days ago
  • v LACEYKYLE
    Thank you for sharing. I hadn't heart anything regarding this.
    937 days ago
  • v VONBLACKBIRD
    I heard about this article too. Thanks for sharing.
    937 days ago
  • v TRAVELNISTA
    Wow! I heard a lead in to this on TV but did not get to view it. Thanks for the share!
    937 days ago
  • v KITT52
    glad I gave up soda back in 1986.....
    thanks for the link..good info
    937 days ago
  • v SUGARSMOM2
    i stopped soda a long time ago . but thank you for the information . I hope to allow my daughter and granddaughter to see and inform them of the dangers . i do not use sugar sub either . but went nuts at christmas with all the requests for their old favorite baked goods .
    937 days ago
  • v SMITHKRISTI
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  • v DELIA38961
    thanks for sharing
    937 days ago
  • v CHRISTINA-TODAY
    Thank you. That's disturbing news. I don't drink soda but I think it's important to be aware of the dangers of sugar.
    937 days ago
  • v DEDE824
    Saw this last night--It's pretty shocking! Thanks for posting.
    937 days ago
  • v SPIRITUALBEAR
    I am not surprised at all.
    Fortunately for me, I do not use sugar OR sugar substitutes, for my own self, nor do I drink any kind of beverages other than water. So I am pretty safe on this one.

    I do have a small bag of sugar in the house, just in case I have to bake something for other people. That bag has been here several years now, as I would rather make savory rather than sweet, treats for family and friends

    Thanks for the info!
    god bless
    937 days ago
  • v RAESUN54
    Thank you for the information. I don't drink any soda at all but I know that there are hidden sugars in a lot we eat. We have to read the lables, etc.


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  • v LOVELESMILLS
    Thanks!
    937 days ago
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