Mohsen “Max” Motamedian, CEO of Total Nutricare, works with company coleader Dr. Layla Sade as she develops customized nutrition plans for clients. Mohsen Motamedian supports Dr. Sade in her efforts to help clients eliminate processed dietary sugars and thus stabilize blood sugar levels.
Processed sugar is in many staples of the contemporary diet. It appears not only in desserts and other sweets, but also in such savory standards such as pasta sauce and prepared soups. Much of the danger inherent in this added sugar lies in its high concentrations of fructose, which undergoes the majority of its processing in the liver. The liver's action on fructose generates uric acid and fatty acids that, in time, can put a person at risk for such serious illnesses as hypertension, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes.
Eliminating or reducing sugar levels in the diet can dramatically lower an individual's risk of these conditions in the long term. In the short term, a significant reduction in dietary sugar can lead to weight loss and clearer skin. Those who have quit sugar also have experienced a noticeable increase in energy levels, both mental and physical, as well as less anxiety and improved mental acuity.
Chief Executive Officer of Bashari Inc.