When you ingest sugar, your body basically has two choices as to how to deal with it. You can either burn it immediately for energy, like an eight year old eating 3 candy bars at Halloween, or you can convert it into fat for use later on. If you have my metabolism, fat always wins out, but if you’re lucky enough to have a fast metabolism you may just burn up most of the sugar you eat. A lot depends on your genetic makeup and activity level, age, etc.

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