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SugarFREE

Sugar

While the health damaging effects of smoking have been known [delete about] for a long time sugar is only slowly being recognised for its addictive quality particularly by the health and nutrition conscious members of the public. Much has been written about sugar in the media. Der Spiegel, Die Sueddeutsche Zeitung, Geo, Focus and other magazines and papers publish articles about the damaging drug -like effects of sugar on the human body. More and more people in the public eye advocate a  sugar- free life style. In bookshops and in the internet 'sugar- free challenges' vie for one’s attention and the first refined sugar- free and naturally sweetened chocolate bars are now available in the supermarkets and sweet shops.

The theme 'sugar' is big.

 

In comparison to 1955/56 the consumption of sugar has risen from 27.4 kg per year per person to 33.85 kg in the year 2017 (in Germany).1) These figures relate to Saccharose, the household sugar. Sorbitol, lactose and other sugar replacements are not included in these figures. On average Germans consume 92gr or more of sugar per day. The WHO recommends the consumption of not more than 25 gr per day.2) And this includes ALL sugars, including the naturally occurring ones in fruit juice, honey or syrup.

 

The serious health problems associated with high sugar consumption are being published more and more often.

 

Type 2 Diabetes, cancer, heart and circulatory diseases, obesity and dementia3) are possible dangers. The fear of these illnesses motivate people to come to me for treatment. More than 43% of my clients say that they want to give up sugar for health reasons. 


 

1) Bundesanstalt für Landwirtschaft und Ernährung,Presseinformation Bonn,12. September2018, Zuckerrübenernte 2018: Kleine Rüben –hoher Zuckergehalt?

https://www.ble.de/SharedDocs/Downloads/DE/Pressemitteilungen/180912_Zuckerruebe.pdf?__blob=publicationFile&v=2

2) WHO Guideline Sugars intake for adults and children

https://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/handle/10665/149782/9789241549028_eng.pdf;jsessionid=4681A3DF186D56EF02863A5AD671379E?sequence=1

3) The Weiss Method does not help in the treatment of these illneses. It supports the clients to still their sugar craving and to let go of it. The Weiss Method does not replace medical or psychological treatments and it does not conflict with any treatment.

 


 

Das Weiss-Institut hat mein Leben verändert

„20 Kilo leichter und fit wie ein Turnschuh – das ist die Bilanz ein Jahr nach der Zuckerentwöhnung beim Weiss-Institut. Bei Stress schwanden die Schokoladenvorräte früher immer so schnell von meinem Schreibtisch, dass ich gar nicht hinschauen wollte. Inzwischen bin ich nicht nur zuckerfrei, sondern dazu völlig ausgeglichen. Früher hätte ich nicht an so was geglaubt, doch meine Aura ist wirklich spürbar wieder im Gleichgewicht. Ein großartiges Gefühl, jeden Tag aufs Neue. Das Weiss-Institut hat mein Leben verändert – Danke!“ Stefanie Müller, Augsburg