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pep and energy meir
The US Department of Agriculture estimates the average Citizen consumes 152 pounds of sugar
per year. Sugar comes in many forms: soft drinks, candy, desserts, manufactured food and so on.
Because sugar is inexpensive, tastes good and is habit forming, food companies and fast-food
restaurants add sugar without restraint.
Sugar, like any addictive substance, makes you crave more sugar. For example, a piece of
chocolate gives you a little extra energy which makes you slightly happier for an hour or so. As
soon as the effect wears off, you feel tired and maybe a little depressed. So to feel perky again,
you want another piece of chocolate. Like cigarettes, alcohol or heroin, the substance is the
problem AND the solution.
Every diet that lowers your weight or improves your health has one thing in common: YOU MUST
STOP EATING SUGAR. Hundreds of scientific studies prove that sugar makes your body store
fat. Excessive fat increases your chance of heart disease, cancer, diabetes and death.In 1972, L.
Ron Hubbard wrote the following:
"Sugar is a deceptive thing."
"Sugar, that is supposed 'to produce energy' does so only at the expense of physical health for
sugar does not build up a body, it only burns it up."
"The result of a heavy intake of sugar and carbohydrates* is to feel tired all the time-no pep."
"If one is going to run a car, he has to feed it the right fuel and oil. If one is going to run a body it
has to be fed the right food and that has to include protein."
"By eating your hamburger and vegetables and leaving alone the candy bars and cokes, you will
begin to build up a head of steam."
-- L. Ron Hubbard (*carbohydrates: a type of food that includes potatoes, rice, bread and sugar)