The Dirty Secret of Sugar Addiction

When people eat a sugary dessert, sometimes they’ll say it’s “to die for.”

Unfortunately for some, that statement becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy.

Many times when we think of sugar addiction, we focus on what the person is eating: Sugary items such as candy, cookies, cake, ice cream, pastries or other refined carbohydrates such as white rice, white pastas, or enriched breads.

But we miss what the addicted person is not eating.

It’s what they are not eating that can lead to painful and deadly consequences.

The addicted person is usually not eating the fiber that God packaged in fruits and vegetables nor drinking enough water, which helps to keep our digestive systems healthy.

Because of this lack, many people are suffering from diseases that affect their bowel elimination.

That’s what I call the “dirty secret of sugar addiction.”

Sugar addiction has left many people suffering from chronic constipation.

Yes, I know some people find this subject embarrassing. However, it’s time to clear your colon and “clear the air” so that we can all become healthier!

When we don’t eat the food the Lord intended for our digestive system to function properly, our guts become sluggish, irritated, and inflamed.

I’ve heard of people who only eliminate every 2 or 3 days.

This is not normal.

No one is immune to this phenomenon. Chronic constipation even killed the beloved entertainer Elvis Presley, according to his physician, Dr. George “Nick” Nichopoulos.

It is well-known that Elvis favored a diet of sweets and junk food. The man-made food trap deceived him and it took his life.

Man stripped all the good fiber and nutrients from corn, beets, and sugar cane to yield the white powder we know as table sugar.

Besides chronic constipation, lack of adequate fiber intake can contribute to various diseases including:

– Irritable bowel syndrome
– Diverticulitis
– Leaky gut syndrome
– Hemorrhoids
– Colon cancer

“Ain’t nobody got time for that!”

If you don’t make time for health now, you’ll be forced to make time for sickness later.

The Bible warns about even consuming too much honey, a good sweetener. Just think about what man-made sweeteners do!:

  • Proverbs 25:16: Have you found honey? Eat only as much as you need, Lest you be filled with it and vomit.
  • Proverbs 25:27: It is not good to eat much honey; So to seek one’s own glory is not glory.

To avoid the pain and cost of disease, think “replace” when it comes to your food choices.

By this, I mean to replace those items in your eating pattern with foods that help you eliminate smoothly and keep your digestive system moving forward the way it should.

Remember, you can eat anything, but you shouldn’t eat everything.

Keeping a peaceful mindset is important, both having peace with your food choices and during elimination.

If your digestive system isn’t moving, then your diet isn’t “grooving.” Yes, I know that was corny.

But I care about you and want you to stay healthy.

So I’m bringing this dirty secret out into the open so that we all can be healthier.

Let’s get moving and grooving.

We can “do our business” so that we are able to get on with our father’s business!

Be blessed in health, healing, and wholeness,

Kimberly Taylor

Creator of the Take Back Your Temple program

P.S. When it comes to weight loss, do you often know what you should do but have a hard time doing it? You are not alone! I struggled with this issue on my own weight loss journey, but I discovered that “Nothing is different until you think differently.”

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This is must-have information if you are tired of dieting and are ready to succeed permanently.

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  • Beth says:

    Thanks for these reminders! We know all this stuff but do we do what’s right? Thanks for keeping it real!

    • You are welcome, Beth! I was hesitant about writing about this, but the Lord knew we all needed the reminders!

      • Linda says:

        Yes we did need this reminder. Even though I have been reading about gut health, I am not fully where I needed to be. I am so glad I finally join TBYT.

    • Pat says:

      Thank you for bringing up this subject and I would like to see more like this I’m a nurse as I think you are and I think these subjects about our health are so needful thank you very much

  • Carolyn says:

    Wonderful, beneficial information! Bless you!

  • Janeen Lawson says:

    I love this quote by you!

    “If you don’t make time for health now, you’ll be forced to make time for sickness later”. Kimberly Taylor

  • Brenda Lovett says:

    Kimberly this is confirmation of the spirit telling me to consume more raw fruits /vegs into my diet. Thank you for caring enough to share!

  • Lorraine says:

    Oh girl…. you are too funny, but this is so true! Thanks for giving us the straight poop and telling it like it is. I really look forward to reading your messages. Keep following His prompting and guidance.

  • Kimberly says:

    Thanks for keeping us in check! I needed this reminder ! SWEETS ARE CALLING MY NAME!

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