Sweet life but not much sugar

Is really  a medical and also popular dilemma. How do we sweeten our lives with little sugar?.

All over the world, sweets of all kinds become increasingly tempting but do not necessarily include more sugar in their recipes.

Medical science has long been convinced that excess sugar consumption harms human health.

Reducing sugar has become a big goal according to experts that warning about sugar’s dangers

Everyone agrees on a tip:

Avoid Extremes

Except in serious cases, no specialist thinks of eliminating the delicious sweets from the human diet but they warning to limit them.

Science has proven that an excess of sweetened foods and beverages can lead to weight gain, blood sugar problems and an increased risk of heart disease, among other dangerous conditions.

In the US, added sugars account for up to 17% of the total calorie intake of adults and up to 14% for children.

But dietary guidelines suggest limiting calories from added sugar to less than 10% per day.

One chocolate chunk lead to another shunk, they say.  Why?. Because a life without the sweet stuff may seem depressing and an overwhelming challenge.

However, if someone wants a good life, a balance in all things is essential.

Sweet wellness tips

If you decide to reduce—not eliminate—sugar from your diet you can follow some rules

Please, cut back on sweeteners in your drinks. Done gradually and you will hardly notice a difference.

Share a treat with a friend. Savor those initial tastes and skip the rest.

For breakfast choose foods high in protein and fiber  with little or no sugar. Consider hard-boiled eggs, steel-cut oats, nuts, or appropriate dry cereal.

Remove Temptations

Having sweets conveniently available makes it too easy to slip back into poor snack choices. When hunger, stress, or boredom strike those choices seem to be delicious and easy.

Also you most remember that sugary beverages don’t curb your hunger, making it easy to quickly consume a high number of liquid calories. This can lead to weight gain.

Research has consistently shown that people who drink sugary beverages, such as soda and juice, weigh more than people who don’t.

Also, drinking a lot of sugar-sweetened beverages is linked to an increased amount of visceral fat, a kind of deep belly fat associated with conditions like diabetes.

According to experts is a good practice to find alternate ways to sweeten your life that do not rely on sugar.

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Frank Martin

Periodista internacional y Editor

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