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At Avalon Lipo & Aesthetics, we like to help our patients and website visitors enhance their health and reach new levels. We know that many of you have new resolutions this year to be more healthy, exercise more, eat less, and if there is one advice we want to give you, it is to love yourself enough this year to quit refined sugars. For most of December we worked on this detailed infographic on what your favorite desserts will do to your body. But we want to make sure you know that this holds true to all foods containing refined sugar.

Refined sugar, including your favorite desserts, is “poison” for your body. Since 1950s refined sugar has been studied and it continues to be studied. It is a well-known fact that it does nothing for your body other than deplete it of its essential minerals, nutrients and vitamins.

With this infographic we want to motivate you, inspire you, make you laugh and remind you that your favorite dessert can contribute to all sorts of unhealthy side-effects, including weight gain, hormonal imbalance, acidic body environment or feeding ground for bacteria, mood swings and more. So before you reach for that doughnut at the office or that brownie after dinner, know your facts, love your body and treat it well. Instead, reach for natural fruit sugar or honey.

You don’t have to be our liposuction patient to download this infographic, view it and share it with your friends and family. Use it to educate yourself and to motivate yourself to stay away from refined sugars as much as possible.

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