- It can overload your liver with glycogen.1 Hold here a sec you may say. The liver is full of what?!? Glycogen is simply the substance that your body converts sugars to when it stores it. Now your liver is where this substance is stored for use. Eat a large bag of M&M’s? There is no longer room in the inn for your sugars. This is when your body starts storing it as fat.
- It’s known to help a disease or two. I know. It’s starting to not look good. But here are some things that sugar is known to help contribute to.
2Skerrett, P. (2011, April 26). Is fructose bad for you? - Harvard Health Blog. Retrieved May 23, 2016, from http://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/is-fructose-bad-for-you-201104262425