Simple fatigue. It's pervasive. That tired, run-down feeling can effects your entire life. Fatigue can prevent you from attaining your goals, interfere with your professional and personal life. What causes this fatigue? The answer will surprise you.

Assuming that you don't need just plain rest from stress, sugar sensitivity is most likely the culprit. The body can handle just so much sugar. If there is a problem with the way your body metabolizes sugar, fatigue can result - along with a variety of other problems.

Indeed, an overload of sugar consumption has been linked to several degenerative diseases. In a report published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 100 grams of sugar, glucose, fructose, sucrose, honey or orange juice caused a significant decrease in the ability of white blood cells to engulf and destroy bacteria. There are at least three other scientific studies that show decreases in immune function following sugar consumption.

This is probably not significant when one only consumes sugar on occasion. However, on a daily basis, sugar consumption can wreck havoc on the immune system. And Americans are consuming a lot of sugar. In the early 1900s, the average American consumed 5 pounds of sugar annually. Today, Americans annually consume an average 300 pounds of sugar each year.

How Sugar Overload Causes Fatigue

Two factors can lead to sugar overload: an over-consumption of sugar and a problem with sugar metabolism. Over-consumption of sugar begins at an early age - just check out the sugar levels in the most popular children's cereals. You will find that many contain almost 50 percent of their calories as sugar. And sugar is addicting -- and difficult to combat because sugar is added to almost every packaged food sold today.

Eventually, the body undergoes a sugar overload, and begins experiencing a variety of symptoms, which can include:

Blurred Vision
Feeling down
Frequent colds
Lacking mind control
Loss of short-term memory
Weight gain
Yeast infections

The brain continues to correlate adverse sugar reactions with these symptoms and a memory is implanted. In other words, the affected person will always experience an adverse reaction when exposed to sugar - no matter how tiny the amount of exposure.

A problem with sugar metabolism reflects an interference with the body's basic neurophysiology. Sugar is converted into energy in the digestive system, specifically the liver. If there is a blockage in the body and the sugar does not get metabolized properly in the liver, the body's energy is shut down - leading to fatigue.

By re-establishing normal sugar metabolism, correcting the brain's reaction to over exposure of sugar and helping patients become aware of their sugar intake, illness and weight gain can be prevented.

Sugar Correction Treatment - How it works

An energy blockage is easily detected and can be corrected through a "sugar correction treatment." In this 20-minute treatment, a small amount of sugar is placed into the patient's hand, the practitioner determines where the energy blockage is located in the body, and then performs a specific "gentle tapping" to the patient's spine. This will release the body's reaction to sugar.

The idea is to "reprogram" the message computed in the brain regarding energy. In essence, the brain's original memory concerning sugar metabolism is changed. The patient is asked to hold the sugar for 10 minutes, after which the practitioner rechecks the body's reaction to sugar. When the treatment has been successfully received, it takes the body 24 hours to process the new information.

Although this treatment sounds "too good to be true" - it does work.

Sugar correction treatment can improve:

* Attention deficit disorder

* Diabetes 

* Obesity

Safe and Effective

Re-establishing your energy circuit works. If you are interested in learning more about this natural healing technique, let's talk. Together we can eliminate your body’s fatigue and premature aging.

You can find more information about the negative affect of sugar on your body from these sources:

Sugar Blues written by William Duffy
Lick the Sugar Habit written by Nancy Appleton
And most recently, New York Times article - Is Sugar Toxic?

Author's Bio: 

For 20 years, Dr. Mike treated many celebrities, top CEO's and world-class athletes in Los Angeles. He has toured the country treating colleagues and has been a participating healthcare provider at four Olympic Games. He developed the first U.S. patented for optimal absorption of comprehensive nutrients. Having two decades of successful experience in holistic medicine, Dr. Mike's approach for improving health & performance is safe and effective. If you are in the Atlanta, Georgia area, he would be happy to see you. Contact Dr. Mike at or call (770) 390 - 0012.