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Weight Loss

Statistics show that in America each of us now consumes an average of one third pound of sugar EVERY DAY.

The per capita consumption of these sweeteners in the USA is about 145 lbs/year and is probably much higher in teenagers/youth that have a high level of consumption of soft drinks. This seems hard to believe until you look at the ingredient lists for most of the processed foods we buy from supermarkets, convenience stores and fast food restaurants.

You may be amazed to find that virtually all of them, even the items that you don't think being "sweet," contain added sugar.

Why is this bad?

Dr. Lustig -UCSF Professor of Pediatrics states "the American lifestyle is killing us." He says these four big killers: Obesity, Heart Disease, Hypertension and Type II Diabetes, are 75% preventable simply with dietary change, specifically with the removal of most added sugar from the diet. He recommends no more than 150 calories per day from added sugar for a man and no more than 100 calories per day for a woman, about the equivalent of just one can of soda.

Dr. Lustig strongly believes that sugar should be government regulated just as cigarettes and alcohols are, including sugar in a group of substances that we recognize as toxins. Sugar, he says, in the quantities that we are consuming it, is poisoning us and belongs in the same toxin waste basket.

Also, neuroscientist Eric Steiss demonstrated the addictive nature of sugar when he showed that just a sip of a sugary soda lit up the pleasure center of the brain in a manner very similar to cocaine. Sugar causes the release of dopamine, which creates the feeling of euphoria just like a drug.

Sugar is strongly implicated in the epidemics of Obesity and Type II Diabetes. It is also clearly associated with Cardiovascular Disease and Hypertension. It has even been shown to play a role in the development of cancerous tumors. 

Check some studies at the bottom of the page or watch the following videos for more information.

CBS News 60 Minutes with Sanjay Gupta 

Sugar: The Bitter Truth

The New Obesity Campaigns have it all wrong 

The Miracle Berry was featured on the Dr Oz Show, in which he discussed strategies for successful weight loss and behavior modification.

Dr. Oz explained the function of the berry as a way to enjoy eating healthy foods that otherwise might not be experienced as satisfying, pleasurable or fulfilling.

He finished the episode by stressing the berry's value as far more than a "circus trick," but rather as an important component for achieving weight loss and a lifetime of healthy diet choices.

Check Dr Oz TV segment: Dr Oz and Miracle Berry for Weight Loss 

As Americans struggle with epidemic levels of obesity, diabetes, heart disease and cancer, all diet-related diseases, the implications for use of the Dulci Berry Miracle Fruit becomes immediately apparent.  

It is important to understand that there is an ancient biochemical reason why we get so addicted to processed sugar. You do not have to feel you are a weak-willed glutton if you can't control your appetite when eating foods containing added sugar.

We all have a hormone in our bodies called leptin, which regulates appetite and helps us feel full and content. Fructose (sugar) causes our bodies to become leptin-resistent, feeling constantly hungry. Your new brain -your willpower - cannot over time successfully suppress the old brain responses. This is why most attempts to maintain a diet and weight loss eventually fails.

The key is to eliminate added sugar from the diet and increase fiber consumption. Remember, when our ancestors had to chew a lot of fiber - picture them gnawing on a stick of sugarcane, or eating a whole apple. A diet high in fiber reduces the rate of intestinal carbohydrate absorption, reducing insulin response. It increases the speed of transit of food in your intestines, inducing satiety, and inhibits absorption of some free fatty acids to the colon. If you are eating a balanced healthy diet with no added sugar but including natural sugars from whole fruits and whole grains, you will be freed from what is, actually, a chemical addiction.

The only diet that works is the one low in sugar and high in fiber, this is the honest truth. 

When you have detoxified from added sugar, the leptin response will once again become active. You will discover that you can control your appetite much more effectively.

Add some exercise to your life; this will improve skeletal muscle insulin resistance.

Exercise reduces stress, and resultant cortisol release, reducing your appetite. It will also increase your metabolism reducing the production of fat. Exercise detoxifies your body of fructose; improving hepatic insulin sensitivity.

The Dulci Berry Miracle Fruitcan help provide a sugar-free sweet taste, becoming a great allied for sweet craves.

Even after you have overcome your sugar addiction, you will find that the berry will add a delicious dimension to the diet by enhancing flavors of many foods. 

This is how Dulci Berry Miracle Fruitcan help with your healthy lifestyle:

Replace drinks with added sugar with un-sweet tea, home made fruit & vegetable juices, un-sweet lemonade, Dulci Geyser Fruits & Vegetable or just plain old water. Sweet them up with Sweet Sensations, Dulci Products, and Dulci Straws.

Experiment with your favorite recipes, eliminate any added sugar and make them Dulci Berry friendly. 

Our  Dulci Recipes™, and Dulci Seasoningscan become practical and simple instruments against your fight with too much sugar, trans-fats, and sodium consumption. 

Have a Dulci Yogurt instead of a high added sugar, high calorie, and high fat dessert. Use our Dulci Spoons.

Throw out all the products in your kitchen that contain added sugar, High Fructose Corn Syrup or Corn Sugar. (Remember, it's a toxin!). Replace them with Dulci Berry Miracle Fruit™. You will be delighted at how delicious many "plain" foods will taste with the help of the berry.  

The Dulci Recipes™, Dulci SeasoningTM, our fruits & vegetable yogurts and juices will help you stay on track with quick and convenient meal options, keeping you away from sugary convenience foods and certain disaster.

Here are some research studies:

Jonathan Purnell, M.D., in the OHSU School of Medicine says: "For consumers, our findings support current recommendations that people be conscious of sweeteners added to their drinks and meals and not overindulge on high-fructose, processed foods."

In the study, published online by the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, by Dr Karen L. Teff, PhD says: "Fructose can cause even greater elevations of triglyceride levels in obese insulin-resistant individuals, worsening their metabolic profiles and further increasing their risk for diabetes and heart disease,"

In the study performed by Dr. MyPhuong Le - University of Colorado; and Dr. Julie Johnson - University of Florida published in the journal Metabolism, says: "Fructose is also known to increase uric acid levels that have been implicated in blood pressure, and the High Fructose Corn Syrup-sweetened drinks resulted in a higher uric acid level and a 3 mm Hg greater rise in systolic blood pressure".

Dr. Richard Johnson, a co-author in the study and chief of the Division of Renal Diseases and Hypertension at the University of Colorado, commented, "Although both sweeteners are often considered the same in terms of their biological effects, this study demonstrates that there are subtle differences. Soft drinks containing High Fructose Corn Syrup result in slightly higher blood levels of fructose than sucrose-sweetened drinks."

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention "In the 40 years since the introduction of high-fructose corn syrup as a cost-effective sweetener in the American diet, rates of obesity in the U.S. have skyrocketed. In 1970, around 15 percent of the U.S. population met the definition for obesity; today, roughly one-third of the American adults are considered obese".

Kimber Stanhope, PhD, of the University of California, Davis says: "Our findings demonstrate that several factors associated with an elevated risk for cardiovascular disease were increased in individuals consuming 25 percent of their calories as fructose or high fructose corn syrup, but consumption of glucose did not have this effect."

Additionally our findings provide evidence that the upper limit of 25 percent of daily calories consumed as added sugar as suggested by The Dietary Guidelines for American 2010 may need to be re-evaluated."

Research done by Dr Manal Abdelmalek, MD, MPH, at Duke University Medical Center, published in the Journal of Hepatology in 2008 showed that: "within a small subset of patients, high fructose corn syrup was associated with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). The study goes one step further and links high fructose corn syrup to the progression of liver injury.

Although only a minority of patients' progress to cirrhosis, such patients are at increased risk for liver failure, liver cancer, and the need for liver transplant," she explained."

A Study by Dr Paul Elliott, Ph.D.,  in the School of Public Health at Imperial College London says: "These findings lend support for recommendations to reduce the intake of sugar-sweetened beverages, as well as added sugars and sodium in an effort to reduce blood pressure and improve cardiovascular health.

One possible mechanism for sugar-sweetened beverages and fructose increasing blood pressure levels is a resultant increase in the level of uric acid in the blood. Sugar consumption also has been linked to enhanced sympathetic nervous system activity and sodium retention."

The researchers, led by Malik and senior author Frank Hu, professor of nutrition and epidemiology at HSPH, did a meta-analysis that pooled 11 studies. "The findings showed that drinking one to two sugary drinks per day increased the risk of type 2 diabetes by 26% and the risk of metabolic syndrome by 20% compared with those who consumed less than one sugary drink per month. Drinking one 12-ounce serving per day increased the risk of type 2 diabetes by about 15%."

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: "Nearly 17 percent of children and adolescents ages 2 to 19 in the United States are in the 95 percentile of the BMI-for-age growth charts".

A study by Dr Nalini Ranjit, Ph.D., at the UTHealth School of Public Health. The study will be published in the October 2012 issue of Pediatrics, says: "There is widespread consensus that the increasing consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages is associated with high levels of obesity nationwide."

Chen (Liwei Chen, M.D., Ph.D., at Louisiana State University Health Science Center School of Public Health in New Orleans, La., noted that: "American adults consume an average of 2.3 servings (28 ounces) of sugar-sweetened beverages per day."

Sara N. Bleich, PhD, with the Bloomberg School's Department of Health Policy and Management says: "Based on these nationally representative surveys, our study found higher sugar-sweetened beverage consumption also happened to be among populations at greater risk for obesity. There are few signs of improvement over the past decade and the situation seems to become worse among young adults aged 20 to 44."

A study by Poonam Jain, BDS, MS, MPH, published in the May/June 2012 issue of General Dentistry says: "Young adults consume these drinks assuming that they will improve their sports performance and energy levels and that they are 'better' for them than soda. Most of these patients are shocked to learn that these drinks are essentially bathing their teeth with acid."

Walter Willett, of the Department of Nutrition at Harvard School of Public Health says: "The scientific evidence is now clear; soda and other sugar-sweetened beverages are important contributors to obesity in children and adults. Healthier beverage options would allow individuals to make better choices."

Lilian Cheung, lecturer in the Department of Nutrition and editorial director of The Nutrition Source website said: "We need to retrain American tastes away from super-sweet drinks. If we can shift the present American norm back to a lower expectation of sweetness, people will adjust their palates, particularly the younger population."

Therefore, our lifestyle consist in using Dulci Berry friendly foods to allow us eat healthy and lose weight with a very tasty experience. No diets, no special plans, no starvation. Just incorporate Dulci Berry & Dulci Seasonings in your daily life and experience the effortless results.