- Polycystic Ovarian Disease
- Erectile Dysfunction
The consumption of Sugar and Polyunsaturated Seed Oils combine in our diet to create inflammation in every blood vessel wall and in every tissue in every organ of the body. The inflammatory process makes everything susceptible to damage and disease.
Polycystic ovarian disease is a common cause of infertility and there is an association between it and obesity, metabolic syndrome and female infertility.
One of the management options is for a dramatic reduction in weight to try and improve fertility in these patients.
Erectile dysfunction has been noted in patients who are obese, with hypertension and peripheral vascular disease. Diabetes is also a major contributing factor to erectile dysfunction.
Preeclampsia is characterized by higher blood pressure and significant amounts of protein in the urine of a pregnant woman. In an untreated form it can lead on to life threatening seizures for both the mother and the baby. Preeclampsia is then associated with an excessive intake of fructose during pregnancy and has a greater risk to infant mortality than obesity itself.
Excessive intake of fructose during pregnancy poses a greater risk than obesity itself for the development of preeclampsia.
Read about the Damage Process
Read about the Metabolism
Read about the Health Issues
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