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Sugar Can Cause Vertigo, Dizziness

In a study it has been shown that higher levels of carbohydrates and higher levels of circulating insulin in the body cause vertigo. In a
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Sugar Can Cause Otoacoustic Emission

Otoacoustic emissions represent sounds generated by the ear that can be simply measured from the ear canal. The increased prevalence of carbohydrate metabolism disorders in individuals...
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Sugars Increases Uric Acid in Women Using Oral Contraceptive

Serum uric acid time-group interactions were significant in women taking oral contraceptive along with sugars. Serum and urinary uric acid were significantly higher on the...
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Sugars Cause Insulin Impairment in Women Using Oral Contraceptive

In studies it has been observed that insulin and glucose response to the glucose load were significantly higher and returned to fasting slower in the...
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Sugars Can Cause Hepatomegaly

High blood sugar and cholesterol can cause hepatomegaly, cirrhosis and fatty infiltration of the liver. Hepatomegaly may be encountered in G6P-b transporter (G6PT-1b) deficiency. G6PT-1b...
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Sugars Can Cause Glycogen Hepatopathy

Glycogen Hepatopathy, abnormal glycogen accumulation in hepatocytes, elevated liver enzymes and hepatomegaly. Glycogen Hepatopathy a cause for Mauriac syndrome, a syndrome of growth failure and...
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Sugar Reduces Learning Capacity

The animals that learn a spatial memory task faster have more brain-derived neurotrophic factor mRNA and protein in the hippocampus. High refined sugar based diets...
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Sugar Can Promote an Elevation of Low-Density Lipoproteins (LDL)

The studies in humans and animals have generally suggested that chronic hyperinsulinemia facilitates VLDL production, particularly in the presence of an abundant supply of substrate...
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Sugar Can Increase Your Risk of Getting Gout

An excessive intake of sugar-sweetened drinks may contribute to elevated urate levels. The studies suggest that consumption of sugar sweetened soft drinks and fructose are...
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Sugar Can Increase the Body’s Fluid Retention

It has been found that 3–8% oral carbohydrate–electrolyte beverages are superior to water and are therefore recommended for rehydration of individuals with simple exercise-induced dehydration. Progressively...
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