What happens when a man eats a high sugar diet?

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What happens when a man eats a high sugar diet?

Excess carbohydrate has been blamed for the obesity epidemic and cardiovascular disease crisis in the Western world.

Of the different types of carbohydrates, sugar is supposedly the most harmful.

There are numerous studies which come to this conclusion by various different methods – all of them erroneous, in my opinion.

When researchers do high-quality experiments with high-carbohydrate and high-sugar diets they almost always find these diets are superior for health.

In one series of animal experiments, mice fed a high-sugar diet were resistant to weight gain.

Modern diets are causing obesity and cardiovascular disease – but it’s the increase in harmful fats which is to blame – not sugar.

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The animal experiments were carried out at Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine in Japan. The findings were published in the Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry.

There is no such thing as a perfect scientific experiment.

Every experiment is only part of the picture – and the results of these experiments need careful interpretation.

If you put humans on a low-carbohydrate diet for a week or 2 and compare their body weight to those on a low-fat diet over the same time…

…you’ll see that those in the low-carbohydrate diet lose more weight.

You might conclude that low carbohydrate diets are better for weight loss…

…but you’d be missing part of the picture.

When you restrict carbohydrates, the body quickly depletes all of the stored carbohydrate in the muscle and liver.

This carbohydrate is also associated with a lot of water.

So this rapid but unsustainable weight loss is mostly sugar and water. It’s not body fat – and that’s what we want to lose, isn’t it?

“Although it is known that a low carbohydrate diet leads to greater weight loss than a low-fat diet in humans, the effects of various compositions of low carbohydrate diets have not been studied in detail.”

The devil is in the details, and medium to long-term human and animal studies…

…show that high-carbohydrate, low-fat diets are better for sustained, long-term weight loss.

These animal experiments were carried out in the context of this larger discussion.

In particular, researchers have noticed that high-sugar diets had potent effects on hormones which are linked to changes in body weight.

“High-sugar diets have been shown to increase the concentration of anti-obesity hormones which contribute to reducing body weight.”

The changes in these hormones which are associated with weight loss runs counter to the dominant story that sugar causes weight gain.

So the researchers created a number of different groups of lab mice.

These different groups of lab mice were fed different diets.

The researchers then looked to see what happened when animals fed a high-sugar diet were compared to animals fed a normal diet or a high-starch (carbohydrate) diet.

The results are similar to what we’ve seen before in medium to long-term human and animal studies.

High-sugar diets are associated with lower body weight.

Sugar does not cause weight gain but seems to prevent it.

“Over 15 weeks, mice fed a high-sugar diet showed resistance to body weight gain in comparison with mice fed a high-starch diet or standard lab chow.”

Sugar, supposedly the worst micronutrient, led to less weight gain than a normal “healthy” nice diet.

The high-sugar diet was also superior to a high-starch diet. Starch is supposedly a “safer” carbohydrate and sugar.

Starch and fat both feed bad bacteria which poison your cells, preventing optimal energy production and leading to fat gain.

The reality is that sugar is the most useful form of energy for the body.

When the body has access to plenty of sugar it increases the metabolic rate – the rate at which it uses energy.

With a higher metabolic rate we can consume more calories without piling on the pounds.

This is what the study showed. The animals eating the high-sugar diet had the highest metabolic rate.

“Mice fed a high-sugar diet showed resistance to body weight gain due to increased energy expenditure.”

This study used highly processed food. And the sugar used was pure table sugar, a.k.a. sucrose.

I don’t recommend eating a high-sucrose diet anyway.

Best to eat a high-sugar diet where the sugar comes from fruit and dairy.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
Chronic high-sucrose diet increases fibroblast growth factor 21 production and energy expenditure in micehttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28886439/