In my last article “Sugar is Killing Us” I discussed the results of the most recent studies into sugar dysregulation which includes Metabolic Syndrome, Type 2 Diabetes, hyper and hypoglycemia along with a host of secondary opportunistic conditions which develop over time when our blood sugar remains unregulated.
Sugar dysregulation, known as Metabolic Syndrome or MetS, isn’t just about Metabolic Syndrome X, Type 2 diabetes and hypoglycemia. It actually includes a large group of insidious complications like gout, COPD, glaucoma, Bipolar Disorder, psoriasis, osteoporosis, GERD, PCOS, sleep apnea and erectile dysfunction. All of these things have been clinically shown (in very recent clinical studies) to trace their origins back to years of sugar dysregulation.
So why has this become the epidemic of our time? Basically there are three things that have become more and more of an issue over time and when you put them together you have the development of Metabolic Syndrome (MetS).