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How To Reduce Your Sugar Intake

Excessive added sugar has many negative health effects. Although consuming small amounts now and then is perfectly healthy, you should try to cut back on sugar whenever possible. Fortunately, simply focusing on eating whole, unprocessed foods automatically decreases the amount of sugar in your diet. Here are some more tips on how to reduce your intake of added sugars: Swap sodas, energy drinks, juices and sweetened teas for water or unsweetened seltzer. Drink your coffee black or use a natural sweetener. Sweeten plain yogurt with fresh or frozen berries instead of buying flavored, sugar-loaded yogurt. Consume whole fruits instead of sugar-sweetened fruit smoothies. Replace candy with a homem

How Sugar Affects Our Bodies

Not only does the average person underestimate just how much sugar they consume, many assume that the only affects of sugar on the body are purely weight-related. Truth is, fat loss and overall weight management are just two of the most commonly discussed reasons to decrease sugar in your diet. But, the key is to understand exactly how sugar, both simple and complex affect the human body from head to toe. BRAIN - MEMORY: - Research has found that fructose may actually damage memory and slow learning over time. Sugar can affect the connections of the brain and have detrimental affect on these functions. Omega 3 can help negate the affects but it is best to avoid sugar when possible. BRAIN - S


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