Why the ‘sugar rush’ is killing us

A lot of us have heard the word ‘sucrose rush’.

It’s a marketing term for a buzzword that has been around for decades, used to sell products and services such as sugar-free toothpaste, weight loss, and even the idea of the perfect diet.

It’s been linked to a number of illnesses, including Type 2 diabetes, obesity, and heart disease.

But now, the term has taken on a new meaning.

The term has come to mean a spike in sugar consumption, especially in our diet, which has been linked with weight gain, heart disease and even cancer.

A new study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine finds that even a brief sugar-rich diet has a huge impact on the risk of cancer, including melanoma.

The research was conducted by a team from the University of California, Irvine and published in the journal PLoS ONE.

A lot is known about how sugar is linked to health problems, but the research was the first to look at what’s happening in people’s bodies after they consume a sugar-sweetened drink.

It found that even when sugar was only consumed during periods of stress or physical activity, it had an impact on cancer.

The study analysed data from the California Cancer Prevention Project, which monitored people’s health during the study period.

They found that people who had consumed high levels of sugar during the previous 12 months were much more likely to develop colorectal cancer.

And when they were compared with people who were not exposed to high sugar levels, the cancer risk increased by over 100%.

This study also found that the more sugars you consumed, the more likely you were to develop cancer.

In terms of the sugar industry, the sugar-driven boom has been a boon to the sugar lobby, which continues to sell its products as healthy, especially to children.

However, this research also shows that the sugar rush can be harmful to the health of those who are already suffering from health problems.

There are currently more than 8,000 deaths a year in the US linked to sugar-related diseases, including colorexism, pancreatitis and diabetes.

Dr. Paul Blauvelt, the lead author of the study, told the BBC: “We have been using sugar as a way to get calories, to keep weight, to maintain the sugar diet.

So we have been really, really bad at understanding what causes these health problems.”

Dr. Blauwald and his team set out to determine if the sugar we consumed was causing us to get sick.

To do this, they compared people’s body weights over the course of the 12-month study.

This meant that they could determine how much sugar they were consuming in a week.

The team took this data and compared it with their overall sugar intake, to see if there was a correlation.

They also used the data to look for signs of cancer and other health problems in people.

The researchers looked at how many people had colon cancer, and how many had a type of liver cancer.

All the data they gathered was analysed and compared to what was already known about sugar and cancer.

They were also looking at how much people were drinking, as well as their eating habits.

The data showed that when people consumed high amounts of sugar in the previous week, they had a 50% increase in cancer risk.

This is important because, when cancer is diagnosed, the most common cause of death is heart disease, which can be prevented by avoiding the sugar craze.

This research also showed that, when you’re consuming high amounts, you are also more likely than people who are not consuming high sugar to develop other conditions, including diabetes, heart diseases and even lung cancer.

It also found links between colorexia, Type 2 diabetics, obesity and colon cancer.

Dr Blauvernet told the ABC that there are a number products available to help us deal with the sugar crisis, and that there is a “golden ratio” in terms of sugar.

“The golden ratio is how much you eat, how much we eat, and what we drink.

And if we are consuming that much sugar, we are eating a lot of calories, which is really bad,” he said.

“So we need to take some action to reduce that.”

Dr Blausert added that we should not blame all our health problems on the consumption of sugar, but that it was important to remember that sugar is an ingredient in many foods and beverages.

“It is a factor, it is a contributing factor,” he explained.

“And there is no such thing as ‘safe’ sugar, it’s not good for you, it doesn’t work for you.

So when you eat that much, you’re actually increasing your risk.”

It is not clear whether this new research will lead to any changes in the way people are eating or drinking sugar.

The new research comes as we have already seen that the number of Americans who are overweight or obese has increased by about 20% over the past decade. In