Excessive Sugar Causing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

Excessive Sugar Causing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

The answer is yes.

My name is Dr. Richard Jacoby, and I’m a podiatrist and one of the foremost peripheral nerve surgeons in the world.

I’m also the author of the critically acclaimed book, “Sugar Crush,” which talks about how sugar has taken over our diets and now causes dozens of chronic diseases.

Sugar is a chemical, so when we overeat sugar, the sheathing surrounding our nerves shrinks, compressing the nerves themselves.

At the same time, the sugar bloats or expands the nerves, further complicating their compression against the sheathing.

Both reactions cut off blood supply to the nerves, which in turn cuts off sensation, causing debilitation: weakness.

When expressed in the upper extremities—arms—and the median nerve in the wrist, this chronic debilitation can manifest itself as carpal tunnel syndrome.

But it doesn’t stop there.

When expressed in the ulnar nerve of the elbow, you get pain and weakness.

You get pain and weakness when expressed in the common peroneal nerve of the legs.

When expressed in the olfactory or hypoglossal nerves, we see symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease.

And so on.

Excessive Sugar Causing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

In short, many diseases we take for granted have the exact root cause.

And that cause is sugar.

Therefore, it’s time to cut sugar out of our diets immediately!

To help you do this, I’ve created a new online course called The Urban Carnivore.

You can find it on my website: drjacoby.academy.

I hope you’ll check it out.

Here’s to your longer, happier, healthier life.