Sugar often faces criticism for its perceived dangers, yet it remains a vital component for the body, essential in producing energy crucial for survival. While moderate sugar intake seems harmless, excess consumption triggers the accumulation of toxins (ama). This buildup can compromise immunity, induce weight gain, and sluggishness, and elevate the risk of severe health issues such as heart disease and stroke. The instant energy surge from sugar is swiftly followed by energy depletion and lethargy. Imbalances in blood sugar, whether too high or too low, severely affect organ functions, including brain activity.