An overactive sweet tooth may spell trouble for our cellular powerplants

We know that the average American eats roughly 22 teaspoons of added sugar a day. A new study shows that excess sugar damages our mitochondria, making them less efficient and reducing their energy output. Mitochondria are pivotal for our energy and overall health, and mitochondrial dysfunction can lead to many chronic diseases. If you know any sugar addicts, send them this article!

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