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Sugar Addiction


*Effects on health

The survey published in November 2016, asked about the sugar habits of over 3000 people.  Over half of those surveyed had concerns and guilt about their sugar intake and it's effects on their weight.  60% of those surveyed wanted to reduce or remove sugar from their diet but were not sure how to go about eliminating it.

Key Points:
Most people don't realize how addictive sugar is and how ti has been shown to disrupt the following.
1. Cortisol levels
2. Sugar disrupt sleep
3. Impacts sugar cravings
4. Cause emotional eating habits
5. Raised sugar intake is also associated with type diabetes.
6. Causes risk for cardiovascular problems
7. Raises cholesterol levels
8. Increase anxiety
9. Increase chances of obesity
10. Depletes major mineral

Take control of your blood glucose NOW!
Dr. Jenkins will teach a free class on health Friday January 26, 2018 
from 9:30 a.m.- 10:30 a.m.
Location: 1600 Heritage Landing, St. Charles, MO 63303
Call (636) 724-5605 for details!


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