Glycation-The Real Poisoning of America (Why You Can’t Lose Weight)

The Real Poisoning of America – Glycation

Glycation has everything to do with the consumption of glucose. Keep that in mind as you read through this article. You have the power to control this all too common of a process. Glycose is at the root of all glycation unless it’s made in your body from gluconeogenesis as that’s the only way you can obtain clean glucose. (This is why Metformin is so dangerous. It shuts down your body’s only source of clean glucose. We’ll get into more of that in the next book.)

According to Wikipedia;

It is estimated that of the roughly 150,000 people who die each day across the globe, about two thirds—100,000 per day—die of age-related causes because they have aged prematurely. In industrialized nations the proportion is much higher, reaching 90%. Thus, albeit indirectly, biological aging(senescence) is by far the leading cause of death. Whether senescence as a biological process itself can be slowed down, halted, or even reversed is a subject of current scientific speculation and research.

2001 figures

Leading causes of preventable death worldwide as of the year 2001, according to researchers working with the Disease Control Priorities Network (DCPN) and the World Health Organization(WHO). (The WHO’s 2008 statistics show very similar trends.)

who-dataThe top 10 causes of death, ones caused by Excessive Carbohydrate Consumption are in red ;
According to the World Health Organization’s top ten causes of death, ECC plays a role in 70% of them.

  1. Ischaemic heart disease @ 7.4 mil
  2. Stroke@ 6.7 mil
  3. COPD @ 3.1 mil
  4. Lower Respiratory infection @ 3.1mil
  5. Trachea bronchus, lung infection@1.6mil
  6. HIV/AIDS@1.5mil
  7. Diarrheal diseases@1.5mil
  8. Diabetes mellitus@1.5mil
  9. Road injury@1.3mil
  10. Hypertension@1.1mil

The Link Between Carbohydrate Consumption and Death

40% of these deaths or 16.7 million are directly linked to ECC, Excessive Carbohydrate Consumption, making them the most preventable causes of death. 16.7 million deaths each and every year amounts to over 45,750 people each and every day. That includes approximately 1830 Americans each and every day. We have full control of this. All it would take is to say no to the sugar and grain industries. This one response would allow over 1830 more Americans to stay alive, every day. The cessation of carb consumption could add an additional 10-20 years to their lives, simply by eliminating the primary cause of inflammation, glucose. The continuation of carb consumption will, by contrast, prove the destructive power of sugar, by eventually killing its hosts.