Sugar: how to avoid overdose?

Sugar: how to avoid overdose?

According to World Health Organization recommendations, intake of natural or added sugars should be limited to 10% of daily energy intake. Moreover, its consumption can lead to various health problems such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, excess weight or tooth decay.

However, last March, ANSES estimated that between 20 and 30 percent of French adults and teenagers suffer from excessive sugar consumption; This number rises to 75% among children aged 4 to 7 years.

What are the harmful effects of sugar on the body? How to reduce sugar intake? What foods do you prefer or avoid?

  • Dr. Reginald AlloushPhysician, biomedical engineer, researcher in the field of diabetes and overweight prevention, and book author Sugar: Public Enemy No. 1 Published by Albin Michel
  • Professor Eugene Sobengwe, Professor of Endocrinology and Diabetes. Member of the African Academy of Sciences and the Scientific Council of the Francophone Diabetes Association. Director of the Health Care Department at the Ministry of Public Health. Coordinator of a joint school nutrition education program between the World Diabetes Foundation and the Ministry of Secondary Education in Cameroon
  • Report from Raphael Constant At the House of Diabetes, in Paris, during a workshop that allows you to determine the sugar consumption that suits your needs.

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