Sugar Crash


The Sugar Crash Podcast is back in 2020 with its first episode! Listen as Lou tells his story about what he’s been up to over the past year and explores the metabolic process that is involved in the body digesting sugar. Plus, stats!

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Sources for episode 1:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “Nutrition, physical activity, and obesity: data, trends and maps.”

Columbia University Irving Medical Center, “The pancreas and its functions.”

Harvard Health Publishing, Harvard Medical School, “Abundance of fructose not good for the liver, heart.”

Johns Hopkins Medicine, “Liver: anatomy and functions.”

Mayo Clinic, “Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.”

Mayo Clinic, “Type 2 diabetes.”

Royal Society of New Zealand, “How the body metabolizes sugar.” University of California San Francisco.

Stass, Joanna, “What happens to your body an hour after eating sugar?” The Independent.

Sugar and Sweetener Guide, “All sweetener list.”

University of Utah Health, “How sugar converts to fat.”

I also used Wikipedia in the creation of this episode. I do not have record of the articles I used from Wikipedia for the creation of this episode.

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Theme music by BULBASOUND
Other episode music by Caza

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Mp3 encoding by LAME