Give your heart a hand.
Quick science lesson: High sugar intake is known to increase your risk of weight gain, leading to high blood pressure (hypertension). High blood pressure increases your heart’s workload, which damages your arteries over time.
Too much sugar can also cause your liver to pump out more LDL (bad cholesterol) and lower your HDL (good cholesterol). High concentrations of LDL can clog up your arteries and increase your chances of getting heart disease. Nobody wants that.
Lastly, blocked arteries can prevent oxygen-rich blood from reaching your heart. Which can increase your chances of having a heart attack.
But enough doom and gloom. You can have your candy and eat it too. Taking care of your heart AND your sweet tooth is simple. Just swap your high-sugar snacks for Pink Panda (less than 3g sugar, 1000% taste).
Less sugar = happy inside and out.
Consuming high amounts of sugar increases your chances of fat buildup, which makes your body more resistant to the effects of insulin. Thus, increasing your chances of getting type 2 diabetes.
Weight gain leads to a buildup of fat in the liver. Extra liver fat prevents its ability to filter blood properly, which can cause fatty liver disease.
The idea of a “sugar rush” could be a myth. If you’re looking for an energy booster or pick-me-up throughout the day, you should turn towards plant-based sugars, slow-burning carbs and high protein foods.
So instead of all that, grab yourself a Panda pack, and gummy up your energy.
Lots of sugar in your bloodstream can attach to proteins to form AGEs (advanced glycation end products), which are known to damage collagen and elastin. Collagen and elastin are protein fibers that keep your skin looking firm. Prolonged damage can leave your skin looking wrinkled and droopy.
Snack smarter, treat yourself well and glow with Panda.
Eating less sugar shouldn’t be boring. Pink Panda is here to let you snack to your heart’s content and live the sweet life without compromising on flavor, and without that side of guilt. Check out our nutrition facts here -> Don’t Sweat The Sweet Stuff