Another article named “sugar and the Brain” investigates the relationship between sugar and the physiological and pathological functions of the brain. This study is important in our investigation since the brain plays a significant role in musculoskeletal aspects of the body, especially muscle development and physical well-being. According to the authors, argument people’s brain functions using moderated levels of glucose. However, in large quantities, glucose can later brain functioning and cause changes in the physical aspects of the body.
The brain plays a key role in human bone, muscle, and tissue development; therefore, anything altering the correct functioning of the brain may also alter musculoskeletal aspects of the body, such as tissues and muscle development. Additionally, Muscle development in the form of deliberate practice requires sufficient brain energy and motivation. This phenomenon demonstrates a significant connection between the brain and musculoskeletal aspects of the body. For instance, muscle performance involves the contraction and expansion of tissue muscles. The tissue muscles are mainly controlled by nerves which take instructions from the brain by just firing neurons.
According to other internet sources, overconsumption of sugar may also cause significant impacts to bone development and structure through a condition called osteoporosis. Osteoporosis involves the weakening of bones or the development of weak ones which are susceptible to fracture; it is often diagnosed when an individual has experienced broken bones condition. This condition is associated with loss of essential minerals such as calcium and magnesium, which are all vital in bones development and growth. An increase in blood sugar levels results in excessive urinal excretion, which realizes calcium minerals in the process leading to calcium imbalance within the body. According to t these studies, this condition might be common among the elderly aged 60 and above. Also, the condition might be identified in late stages within the body. Osteoporosis is increasingly escalating in the population, especially in women and children. However, its implications and the consequences associated with it are fatal. For instance, osteoporosis-related fractures may cause permanent disability. According to studies, an estimated number of 200 million individuals suffer the negative consequences of this condition. Avoiding this condition requires a limitation of sugar consumption in an individual’s diet.