Does eating sugar promote ‘fat-retention’ in the body?

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  1. Ann Rosenstein wrote on :

    Eating sugar spikes a person’s insulin and insulin is a hormone that promotes fat storage. It doesn’t matter if the sugar is refined and processed or if you overindulge in healthy carbohydrates. When the body has too many carbohydrates they become simple glucose (which is sugar) in the body and insulin is released to control blood sugar levels. So the answer is “if you eat too much sugar and/or carbohydrates as most of us do, you will gain or retain weight.” This question and many more like it are answered in my book “Diet Myths Busted, Food Facts Not Nutrition Fiction.” I know you will enjoy reading it and it will clear up a lot of your confusion about what to eat and why. You can find my book at my website http://www.dietfitnessdiva.com my publisher’s site at http://www.idyllarbor.com , http://www.amazon.com, http://www.barnesandnoble.com, and many other websites.

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