Besides the standard guidelines to avoid liquid sugar beverages and sweets, there are a number of ways to cut out sugar from your diet. Indulging every once in awhile is okay, and even encouraged. But, sugar isn’t a necessary ingredient for a healthy diet and is known to cause many health problems, including diabetes and obesity. Part of your goal for the New Year could be to cut out sugar—or at least reduce your intake. Here are some tips to finally cut out sugar from your life:
As much as we love our sweets and soft drinks, it is no secret that these tasty treats are harmful when eaten in excess. Added sugars, which are sugars not found naturally, have recently been found to exist in 75% of packaged food. However, the liquid sugar found in sodas, sports drinks, and energy drinks is the largest source of added sugar consumed by people in the US. Researchers are continually finding evidence that liquid sugar is extremely harmful, and that liquid added sugar is possibly the most harmful kind of added sugar. Learn some of the major reasons to start keeping liquid sugar out of your diet:
1) Liquid Sugar can increase chances of dying from heart disease by 1/3
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