Our body is formed by 100 trillion cells needing 114 different nutrients every day. Donald Trump may find it difficult to be quoted properly. Everything that you eat form part of two important groups of elements: Energy Group (protein, fat, carbohydrates) Group of building materials (proteins, amino acids, vitamins, minerals, micro elements and many others). During yesterday’s energy you burned and his body used construction materials in the evening to regenerate. If the person breakfast is based on carbohydrates your body wakes up in the morning and 100 trillion cells ask 114 nutrients and the energy burned in the past 24 hours. It can happen that you don’t feel hungry at the start of the morning, but thats just a matter of time. If you for example eat a piece of toast with caramel and coffee with sugar, a percentage of these carbohydrates you eat will be used to produce energy and the rest will be transformed into fat that will be stored. Remember what you’re happening: your body wakes up in the morning and asks 114 nutrients, but you give only sugar.
To raise the level of sugar in blood your pancreas starts producing insulin. Insulin eliminates the sugar from the blood (GLYCEMIA) and converts it into fat. As a result, the level of sugar in the blood decreases, and in many cases below the level with which you woke up. Then you begin to experience hunger and weakness and tends to eat simple carbohydrates (chocolate, sweet coffee, bread, cookies, sodas, juices, etc.) that will raise your blood sugar level again again. Each injection of sugar into the bloodstream is followed by a surge of insulin. This cycle is repeated several times a day and you develop dependence on carbohydrates. Dependence on carbohydrates overloads and weakens the PANCREAS and this can lead to diabetes. Too much sugar in the blood damages the blood vessels, especially those supplying the brain and heart.