Why do people still eat sugar

What really happens when you completely cut out sugar

How do you recognize a person who is going without sugar? It's simple: she'll tell you. Or you eat something sugary in front of her and her collar bursts. Eliminating sugar from the diet is actually seen by many as the solution to all of their health problems, while others give a variety of reasons why they think the sweet sin is not at all, no matter how much the little crystals have been demonized in the past or how often the media said that sugar was just as addictive as drugs.
The problem with absolute renunciation? Forbidding oneself completely usually only leads to an even greater desire for it, which in turn can lead to binge eating, i.e. excessive consumption and, in the worst case, long-term disrupted eating behavior. The fact is, our bodies need sugar. If this is processed in its pure form in foods such as fresh fruit, it can definitely have a relevant and important place in the nutrition plan. Our brains are only played a trick when sugar suddenly appears where it really has no place - as an added sugar in salad, for example. And so we often consume much more of it than we would suspect, which in turn disturbs the balance in the body and in the end you no longer know whether you are really hungry or “just” cravings.
Everyone can enjoy opinions, but no one can ignore science. So now we come to the hard facts: "For our body and brain, carbohydrates (and that includes sugar) are something like fuel," explains nutritionist Alissa Rumsey. Sugar is found in a great many nutrient-rich foods such as fruits. It is therefore not a good idea to do without it entirely, according to the expert. Nevertheless, people repeatedly dare to take part in the No Sugar Challenge for a wide variety of reasons.
We asked 11 people who had already been through that whether they could keep up with what happened to them and what effects omitting sugar really had on their feelings.