I have been researching online a lot regarding the truth of sugar and there's so many mixed opinion. I was hoping for some objective opinion regarding the matter and hopefully backed with scientific knowledge.
For the last few months I have been tracking my macros-nutrients and performing adequate exercise thinking they would be enough for me to stay healthy and just live a healthy life in general. However, I wasn't taking the sugar intake into account. And since I was using myfitnesspal to track my food, and the daily goal for sugar was about 100g I wasn't worried about the limit because it is usually bellow that and sometimes a little above. Until I became aware that sugar more than 30g is detrimental to health and that it can contribute to fat gain. An explanation I found was that sugar is harder burn completely contrary to what I assumed fuel my workout well, given sugar is carbs. Now I don't know if the information I provided is legit or is it just pure BS. But I hope someone out here can clear the air about the "truth" of sugars.
Is it dangerous to consume a whole bunch of sugar as much as 100 g daily for someone who has an adequate diet and performs adequate training?