7. Sugar Causes High Cholesterol

Yes, that’s right.

Sugar doesn’t only harm your blood sugar and insulin levels, but also harms your cholesterol levels.

How?

Well for starters, it raises your triglyceride levels, while vegetables, healthy proteins, and healthy fats actually lower triglycerides.2

Watch out for sauces and syrups in restaurants and in packaged food, which are almost always a source of sugar.

Many people who have reduced consumption of sugar and processed foods like these, have naturally lowered their cholesterol and triglyceride levels.2

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