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Technology Disrupts Hormones, Contributes to Diabetes, Alzheimer's, Dementia

Popcorn tastes best at the movies for a reason.

Besides the atmosphere, the tradition, (and an inordinate amount of butter), popcorn tastes best at the movies because our brains crave quick carbs specifically when sitting in front of screens.

Find out why that happens in today’s video.

But say you’re not at the movies.

Say you’re working all day in front of a computer,
…or your kids are doing school all day in front of a computer,
…or you’re scrolling Facebook or your kids are playing Minecraft.

ANY form that screen time takes, it causes us to crave a quick energy boost, which usually ends up being some form of handy, empty carb/sugar.

At the movies, it’s popcorn.
At home, it’s a cookie, cracker, candy, chip…all those bad Cs!

And before you know it, you’re riding a blood sugar spike/crash cycle that over time can have deeply serious consequences.

Like weight gain, diabetes, dementia, and global hormone dysregulation.

Now more than ever you need to be aware of how technology is affecting you and your family, and this is a difficult but critical aspect of the puzzle.

Catch today’s short video to arm yourself with the knowledge to fight those carb cravings and break the destructive sugar cycle!

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