Halloween 2018

Congratulations are in order to every loving parent and every caring stranger who participated in the rich tradition of Halloween. Now that you have upheld the 2000 year old custom of your ancestors, and bought into the idiotic ruse of the sugar industry, let’s bring you back to reality and common sense, by reminding you of all the good you did to the children you are supposed to protect.
1) Did you spend 364 days of the year, warning your children about strangers? You screwed that up in one afternoon, by taking them to every nook and cranny where they could get free candy. That’s the least of the infractions.
2) Sugar causes glucose levels to spike and plummet. Sugar feeds cancer cells, triggers weight gain, and promotes premature aging. Sugar increases the risk of obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. A high-sugar diet can lead to chromium deficiency. After sugar hits your bloodstream, it attaches to proteins. The mix of these proteins with sugar causes the skin to lose elasticity and leads to premature aging. Sugar causes tooth decay and gum disease, which can lead to heart disease. Sugar affects cognition in children and increases stress.
3) Here some of the dangers of consuming sugar: feeds candida, promotes wrinkling and aging skin, makes your blood acidic, leads to osteoporosis, rots your teeth, raises your blood sugar level, contributes to obesity, is addictive (almost as much as drugs), can create the urge to binge, provides empty calories with no nutritional value, contributes to diabetes, robs your body of minerals, robs you of energy, contributes to heart problems, causes cancer, contributes to ulcers, causes gallstones, contributes to adrenal fatigue, suppresses your immune system, raises the level of neurotransmitters called serotonin, weakens eyesight, causes hypoglycemia (low blood sugar levels), causes aging, contributes to eczema, causes arthritis, etc…
4) Sugar-related illnesses are skyrocketing (diabetes, heart disease, and dementia, among them). You know it’s bad. Science shows it’s not simply a matter of self-control: Sugar, it turns out, might be as addictive as hard drugs.
So now that you know, the next time you are ready to indulge in an outdated tradition, please think of the children. Seriously.

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