Sorry for asking this silly question I imagine it must be redundant for those of you who've been here for a while, but I'm fairly new to all this and although I've gathered some very useful information thanks to the work of nutritionist experts like Lyle McDonald or Alan aragon, I haven't still figured the reason why sugar is cristallizing so much fear attention or focus among the people who try to lose weight.
I'm currently on a cut following the IIFYM "diet" although I don't really consider to be a real diet since I can theoretically eat what I want as long as it fits my macros, but of course I don't do it and I'm quite picky in the type of nutrients I chose to eat largely prefering organic non transformed products since it provides more overall macros, micros and are generally health wise a much better option than their synthetic behalf.
Still the question of sugar in all this remains, as a newb dieter I suspect it to be an "enemy" that I should avoid but since I'm taking this whole thing more rationnally and looking only at it's caloric and macros input, some spoons of white sugar throughout the day doesn't seem to pose that much of a trouble.
Is it tho ? Need your advices !