9 Simple Tips to Reduce the Amount of Added Sugars in Your Diet
We all perfectly know that eating too much sugar may lead to such serious diseases as type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and obesity. At the same time, it is impossible (as well as unhealthy) to avoid it completely, especially when it comes to fruits. Here are 9 best ways to change the way you consume sugar and to eat less of added sugars:
- Eat more often.
- Drink more water.
- Eat more fresh foods instead of processed.
- Always read labels.
- Add more spices to your foods and drinks.
- Sleep enough.
- Cut your sugar intake gradually.
- Avoid low-fat and non-fat foods.
- Eat healthy snacks.
More information about these steps is here.
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