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  • 1: Don’t add it to foods

    This is the easiest and most basic way to immediately reduce the amount of sugar you’re eating. Biggest targets: coffee and tea.

    2: Don’t be fooled by “healthy sugar” disguises

    Brown sugar, turbinado sugar, raw sugar, agave nectar, stevia & sweetners – it’s all pretty much the same thing as far as your body is concerned.

    3: Make a real effort to reduce or eliminate processed carbohydrates

    Most processed carbs — breads, biscuits, pastas & snacks, are loaded with flour & other ingredients that convert to sugar in the body almost as fast as pure glucose.

    That sugar gets stored as triglycerides, which is a way of saying fat.

    4: Watch out for “fat-free” snacks

    One of the biggest myths is that if a food is fat-free it doesn’t make you fat. Fat-free doesn’t mean calorie-free, and most fat-free snacks are loaded with sugar, keeping you locked into sugar addiction.


    5: Become a food detective

    To reduce sugar, you have to know where it is first. Start reading labels.

    6: Beware of artificial sweeteners

    Unfortunately, they can increase cravings for sugar. They can also deplete the body’s stores
    of chromium, a nutrient crucial for blood-sugar metabolism.

    7: Do the maths

    Look at the label where it says “total sugars” & divide the number of grams by four. That’s the number of teaspoons of sugar you are ingesting. This exercise alone should scare you to death.

    8: Limit fruit

    Fruit has sugar, but it also has fibre & good nutrients.  Just don’t overdo it. Go for veggies as much as possible.

    For fat-loss purposes, keep it to 1 or 2 small servings a day & try to make most of the low-glycemic (grapefruit, apples, berries).


    9: Eliminate fruit juice

    It’s a pure sugar hit with none of the fibre and less of the nutrients that are found in the fruit.

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