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5 Ways to Eat Less Sugar Nix sweetened beverages. Nearly 40% of the added sugar in Americans’ diets comes from sugary beverages like soda, Scope out hidden sources of sugar. Sugar hides in dozens of foods you might not suspect. Unfortunately, there’s no way. Read labels.

You may be surprised by how much sugar is in the processed foods you eat. To become more educated, read Ditch the drinks. The majority of sugar in Americans’ diets comes from soda and other sugary drinks. One of the easiest Don’t skip meals.

Skipping meals leads to hunger and can. 14 Simple Ways to Stop Eating Lots of Sugar 1. Cut Back on Sugar-Filled Drinks. Some popular drinks contain a heap of added sugar. Sodas, energy drinks, sports 2. Avoid Sugar-Loaded Desserts. Most desserts don’t provide much in the way of nutritional value.

They are loaded with 3. Avoid Sauces. 5 Tips for Eating Less Sugar 1. Cut Out Processed Pantry Items and Make Your Own. Food manufacturers know they have a limited window of tasting to 2. Avoid Unnecessary Ingredients.

Sugar is a rare commodity in nature, so natural foods are scarce on sweetness. 3. Make Smart Snack Swaps. Snacks are. 1) Don’t drink your sugar This is one of the biggest and easiest ways to significantly decrease the amount of sugar you consume.

Make it a point to avoid drinking sugar. This means eliminating sodas, juices, lemonades, sports drinks, store-bought iced teas, etc, from your diet. Try switching to snacks higher in fat and protein.

If you aren’t a snacker, start incorporating snacks into your diet two to three times a day to help curb the sugar cravings. Snack on nuts, cheese, hard boiled eggs, beans and cheese, or veggies and hummus. 5 Easy Ways to Eat Less Sugar Nix sweetened beverages. Nearly 40% of the added sugar in Americans’ diets comes from sugary beverages like soda, sweet Scope out hidden sources of sugar. Sugar hides in dozens of foods you might not suspect.

Unfortunately, there’s no way. Here are 5 easy ways you can cut down on your sugar intake: Cut out sweetened beverages. Nearly 40% of the added sugar in our diets comes from sugary beverages like soda, juice, and sweet tea. Trade out your sweet drinks for good ole water.

Watch out for labeling sugar as bad food or something you shouldn’t eat. As hard as it may be to believe, sugar and candy in of themselves aren’t “bad.” Sure, sugar is MUCH less nutritious than the foods you want to eat on a daily basis. But, a piece (or pile) of candy eaten.

Don’t eat sugar on an empty stomach, first thing in the morning, or before bed. Rather, consume a little sugar after you’ve had a meal or snack with fat and protein to help stabilize your intake of sugar and avoid that sugar high and sugar crash. Eat sugar with a combination of fat and protein, such as an apple with nut butter.

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Another strategy for reducing sugar intake is to make use of artificial sweeteners.

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• Limiting excess sugar (sucrose) intake, and replacing it with sweeteners.

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Secondly, food choice recommendations are made and include reducing intake of alcohol and fizzy (soft) drinks; limiting intake of high-fiber foods; reducing intake of resistant starch; limiting fresh fruit to 3 x 80 g servings per day, and avoiding sorbitol as an artificial sweetener.

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People should aim to reduce their intake of sugar and food products that contain refined sugars (e.g. fructose), and to eat at least five portions of fruit and vegetables per day, two portions of fish per week, and four to five portions of unsalted nuts, seeds and legumes per week.

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You can further reduce your sugar intake by substituting water and unsweetened fruit juices for sodas and punches, buying fruit canned in its own unsweetened juice, cutting back on desserts, buying cereals low in sugar, reducing the amount of sugar called for in recipes, and avoiding sweet snacks.

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Here are some of the ways you’ll benefit from Sugar Free 3.

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4.Sugar-free diet Recipes.

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Dietary recommendations with regard to sugar intake focus on restricting the intake of “added sugars” because these are largely sources of “empty” calories.

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» Cut back on sugars, especially processed sugars like high fructose corn syrup and artificial sweeteners.

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7Avoid artificial sweeteners (substitute for sugar), e.g., aspartame, they make recovery for hypoglycaemics much more difficult and are a major health hazard.

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  • i’ve started cutting out sugar recently, i haven’t gone cold turkey but i find when i haven’t eaten it for the whole morning or something my energy levels are really low, i’m annoyed at people and just not living my best life. has that happened to other people at the start or is my body just not suited to no sugar?

  • perfect timing! I’ve been looking for ways to cut the sugar ❤️️
    I would love to see a video on ways to get the water down everyday. Sometimes I feel like i’m drowning and I’ve not yet reached my water requirement!

  • you make me feel so much better about having a sweet tooth/sugar cravings. Everyone I met hates anything sweet or i see on social media people who eat healthy that they dont care for sweets anymore & its like nothing to them.:( I do my best to eat healthy but dang this sweet tooth! lol

  • Guys… sugar from fruits is still sugar. Healthier but STILL SUGAR. Also honey or these “healthy sugars” are still not good if you eat too much of it

  • I have some kind of weird eating disorder (if you can even call it a disorder), where I tend to associate the palette of certain foods for certain things. For example, when I eat cheese, I think of locksmithing, because that’s what I tend to associate the taste with. When I’m eating grilled cheese sandwiches I associate the taste with piano regulation. For burritos it is for tool box tours or videos on how to become an apprentice mechanic. For the Tim Horton’s Bacon and cheese panini it’s ads for rubbish removal. For tim bits it’s trumpet cases. For a Mars bar it’s reading reviews about Stephen King’s The Stand. For McDonald’s hamburgers it’s a training institute for becoming a building manager. For cheesecake it is a video of how to go about collecting diecast model aircraft. For potatoes, tomatoes and certain vegetables it’s on how to grow a garden. For hot dogs it’s either blade/silversmithing, or watching ads on convenience stores for sale. For meat loaf it’s bird feeders, for TV dinners it’s prison meals, for the pretzel cookie from Panago, it’s videos on Youtube featuring the best first class product from 4-5 star airlines, for the mini wheats cereal that I eat, it’s videos on the unboxing of Trumpeters 1/200 Titanic scale model kit, for nutella and the Vector cereal it’s about telescopes and astronomy, etc etc….

    For drinks: Just about any soft drink I associate the taste with restored elaborate coca cola dispensers, or new hand tools for the mechanic. For orange/apple juice it’s for orance/apple farmers. For certain caffeine beverages it is the start-up procedure of an aircraft.

    Seriously, how weird is that??? Am I the only one with this “disorder?”

  • Sugar from fruit is good.. it.s different from the refined one because it comes with water good fibers and vitamins in a way no supplement can ever recreate☺️ If anything replacing refined sugar and starches with fruit is a good option compared to dangerous artificial sweeteners since there are only a small handful of not harmful sweeteners like stevia or xylitol��

  • Thanks for sharing Alyssa, great video! I used to be addicted to milk chocolate and now I barely eat it. I go months without eating something sugary. Now, I’m satisfied with a little bit of fruit or once in a while I use honey. I got my cravings under control by taking Gymnema Sylvester powder. It is an Ayurvedic herb for sugar control. Another name for it is sugar destroyer and it really does live up to its name!

  • Trust me guys if you cut out sugar from your diet it helps in weight loss nd it’s good for your health but you have to maintain it daily it’s quite difficult but if you focus you will be able to do it

  • i actlly have a problem that a eat less food but i eat more loss while watching TV but im not skinny (im vegetarian+i do sports)

  • I just fasted and went from 193pounds to 157 pounds in a few months, but in quarantine I feel like I gained some weight because my belly fat grew idk, I’m gonna try this hopefully I eat less and lose some weight before I go back to school

  • I like trick no 5. I want to say that everytime if you’re hungry then watch this video before you eat. It’ll give you some benefit of course.

  • I might actually try this i stress eat and emotionally eat and my parents constantly judge me on my things I eat so maybe I should just drink water instead of snacks

  • Hi! I love all your videos because I have a gluten and dairy allergy and you were a lifesaver right after I was diagnosed. I am in search of a new dairy free/gluten free chipotle ranch, I previously used the Just brand but those are no longer being stocked where I live. Do you have any suggestions on brands or a recipe to make a homemade version? Anything would be greatly appreciated!

  • Great video. Great topic. Thanks for sharing. I started doing this with my smoothies not adding so much fruit. I do more veggies. I never did frozen veggies though. I have done frozen fruit. I like my smoothies room temperature. I don’t do well with cold or frozen stuff in my smoothies. It’s a Lil better than it use to be. I also add cinnamon love cinnamon, vanilla sometimes. I gotta buy a vanilla that’s alcohol free though.

  • I love to drink chamomile tea with fresh ginger grated into it before bedtime. If that doesn’t work I will eat dark chocolate covered almonds. I have a hard time sticking to just 2 squares. You have great will power!!! Go You!!

  • Xylitol and erythrytol are not chemical sweeteners they’re also derived from plants. Xylitol is from birch juice and Erythrytol from fruits, mostly raspberries…. The only health problem with them is possibility to cause stomach pain in large quantities. I also don’t see why not to buy cheaper stevia drops with glycerin in it or inulin, which is extremely healthy for gut bacteria… Plus the one’s without fillers are simply not available in some countries and monk fruit is not possible to be found anywhere in Middle-eastern Europe for example.

  • Excellent content that is easily applicable in everyday life! I have to be very careful with sugar consumption for medical reasons so I appreciated these tips and wanted to share some of my own… 1) That frozen riced cauliflower tip not only works in smoothies, but also “nice” cream! 2) When I do indulge in a higher sugar fruit like a date, I pair it with nuts/nut butter so I don’t feel the effects quite so dramatically 3) Drinking tea was a great suggestion! My husband and I both love Teeccino herbal coffee alternative. We find the flavor profile of Teeccino really satisfying.

  • I’ve been looking for a video like this it was super helpful. I’m really trying to cut back on sugar and have made great strides. I am that person tho who has not evolved to being able to drink tea without a sweetener, specifically table sugar; I really don’t see how people do it, lol. I have adjusted the amount of sugar I use but I have to sweeten it and coconut sugar, agave and honey and drinking it plain doesn’t do the trick. Any suggestions? Should I just try again to drink it with no sugar and just give myself tastebuds time to adjust/not miss or want it?

  • Where did you get the storage containers? I have a large tea selection and those clear containers would be the perfect solution. Great video, very useful and informative.

  • Wow! That video was VERY informative! I have a question about where you purchased your see through containers. Such an amazing idea. I have an overwhelming collection of teas. Do you have any videos about organization in the kitchen? Or recommended pantry staples? Thanks again for the quality content ❤

  • The carbs in all the high sugar fruits you choose can make a difference, berries, bananas, figs are extremely high in natural sugars:(

  • What would be a good substitute for coconut flakes? I can’t stand coconut!!! All your recipes are �� I am always going back and watching older videos bc they’re just the best!!!

  • Dr Oz is so melodramatic. Every guest, every plan get’s over-the-top gushing. Having said that, I periodically check out the video clips.

  • Just another blah blah blaw diet of things that aren’t normal come on, almond butter? Have peanut butter, bacon and eggs, ham and eggs, fat from butter and meat like steak, etc.
    So ridiculous, been there done that in over a thousand diets that have come and gone! yikes!

  • I dont like sugar but of course I’m going to crave it but I won’t eat it and usually have sweetened oatmeal and I’m so ready. As I really hate fast food but struggle with portion control.

  • You really want to lose weight and keep it off. Stop eating out. Eat organic. Stop buying processed food. Stop drinking milk, yogart and butter. Buy grass fed and finished butter. Grass fed and finished beef. Buy organic veggies they are not sprayed with Monsanto Weed Killer. Organic fruit. But cold pressed extra virgin olive oil and extra virgin coconut oil. No other processed oils that clog arteries. Buy einkorn flour no processed flour. All my craving stopped no more depression no more breakouts. No more hard bowel movements. I never felt better in my life. I was not trying to lose weight but slowly started losing excess body fat as a by product of eating right now i do not miss eating out at all. And the food has so much flavor. Hamburger tasts like hamburger. Veg have flavor. Fruit is sweet. Stop buying food that is made to kill you off early. Diets do not work. This is a life style that works. No tying of stomach.

  • The drinking water thing has really helpful. I used to snack a lot whenever I was bored or something, but since I got a personal water bottle, I just keep it by me a lot. It helped a lot with cravings, and I drank much more water than usual by needing to refill it a lot:)

  • Me even I didn’t see that food as long I know that there’s is a food I litteraly find and grab it and eat it especially at nights ��

  • First of all the most important thing is that not to eat anything between two meals as our stomach needs atleast 3 hrs for churning any food that has gone in

  • I don’t take sugar. I don’t like sugary foods, I don’t eat junks, I don’t drike cold drinks and sodas. I eat more green. I love black coffee but still!!! But still!!!
    I gain weight.
    What to do!!��

  • I love ALL of alyssa’s videos and have been watching/trying her recipes for years but im a little upset about how shes discouraging people from eating certain types of fruits/healthy sugars. If someone is trying to cut down their sugar intake, they shouldnt be doing it by avoiding things like mangos, bananas, dates etc. theres a difference between the type of sugar those contain in comparison to the sugar that is in things like cookies, brownies and so on… its a very dangerous to start label things like FRUIT as a food item with a high amount of sugar. This is not something we should be telling/teaching people who dont know a lot about nutritional value or diet in general. It can become very obsessive and restrictive:(

  • If you saying the fruit your eating doesnt have sugar pkease aska diabetic to eat the bowl of fruit. Maybe title it guving up refined sugar i stead of the click baut you ha e up there…this is bullcrap for those of you who are diabetic or needing to be no carb….some people dont realise that all carbs are sugar to the body if your diabetic.

    Beware if this type of fause informatiin. Some people who may nit be smart enough to figure out the difference.

    Otherwise, the video was done well.

  • Did you chew a sugar free gum that doesn’t have the a pertained in it and instead it has something like xylitol in it then that helps to reduce sugar cravings. Also, I personally have cut sugar out completely even the sugars found in fruit the cravings went away. They were no longer there. I was eating a diet high in good fats, low carbs, and moderate protein. The diet is called the keto genie diet and it is very helpful. Keto genie diet is helpful for those who have type 2 diabetes to loose weight and be healthy. Believe it or not but if your no longer eating sugar you stop craving sugars. The only true way to completely stop the bad food cravings like sugars is to completely get rid of it once and for all. For more information check out dr berg, dr Fung and Thomas Delauer

  • I had a really bad head cold for 2 weeks. My throat was so soar I couldn’t talk. I was also running a fever. So I ate ice cream daily. Now that I’m better, I find myself craving icecream a lot. So I’m planning on a sugar detox. These are good ideas thankyou:D

  • Thank you for the video! It’s super helpful. Do you have any recommendations for natural sweeteners that would be good to use in homemade granola? I usually use date syrup or maple syrup, but I know those can spike your blood sugar a lot too. Thanks in advance ��

  • The hack of not seeing the food you crave doesnt work for me… im addicted to popdr pepperand crave it even when we dont have any in the house.

  • Thank you so very much, I M a diabetic, My blood sugar has been stable for a couple of years. Lately I have indulged in sweets a bit much, and now my blood sugar is dropping. Fast out of nowhere, and now my craving for sugar is is simple driving me crazy. I am certainly going to try some of your food suggestions. Thanks again.

  • Mmmmh how bout I just eat one snack and only one snack all day, nothin else just the one snack and it works great I’m losing weight so fast ��

  • Hello! Thanks for this helpful video. By the way, I notice lots of people keep on talking about Custokebon Secrets (google search it), but I’m not sure if it’s good. Have you tried Custokebon Secrets? I have heard some awesome things about it and my friend lost tons of weight with it, but she refuses to tell me:(

  • I love eliminating sugar in small manners. Stevia and monkfruit are my personal favorite substitutes and they’re amazing for baking! �� BUT fruit sugar and naturally occurring sugar in starchy foods are okay!

  • How much cal should I need to eat in a day..
    I am 23 age, 93 weight..
    Daily workout 60 min.
    Or eating 1500 cal.
    Plz reply is m doing right or need correction?

  • I’d like to really know what kind of cereals r healthy and that I can eat cause I’m really lost and I’d like to know the brand and stuff ��

  • Doesnt work for me. I am taking anti-depressants. They make me eat a lot ��
    Me: doc, i have grown fat
    Doc: its ok. Get well first, then we work on that
    Me: when will i get better?
    Doc: in 2 years

    2 years of being fat ��
    I miss my girly figure ������

  • I’m quitting sugar whilst not relapsing into anorexia again,
    I used to have a BMI of 16, and heart failure, but I have a problem ever since my “extreme hunger” phase, I’ve gone from 90 pounds to 118. I’m staying there.(hopefully) but sugar tends to be a fear for me, as well as something my body constantly craves. Less do this.

    ☝️ like ☝️ motivationnnn

  • what I do and what works for me is having a schedule of 3 meals and 3 snacks a day everyday at the same time and placing the 3 snacks to the times I’m most hungry

  • I lost over 20lbs in two months. Just visit a website called NextLevelDiet, choose the foods you like and they will provide you with 30-DAY diet plan and training plan. Finally I got my six pack:D

  • Excellent video and tips to reduce sugar. I enjoy my herbal tea. I prefer green tea over black tea. My favourite is camomile tea and peppermint tea. I also find having chia seeds in your porridge oats for breakfast helps reduce my sugar cravings.

  • Drink lemon water in the morning for breakfast, or a smoothie with almond milk, or ice water with a cap of apple cider vinegar with mothers

  • the smallest sink ive ever seen.
    that also, is a trick to curb ur excessive eating habitu maybe eat less since no bigger plates can fit into that sink.

  • What worthless advice. Telling people to eat fruit (sugar bombs) to stop sugar cravings is as retarded as saying drink beer to stop alcohol cravings. He said you want to flatline your blood sugar, so eating MORE sugar is going to do that? The only way to “flatline” blood sugar is not to eat.

  • https://jfruitea.com/our-tea/#collection
    Our Quality Organic Dry Fruit Tea is Healthy and Tasty
    The tea made from natural dry great fruits and all our types of tea are sugar free or contains
    less than 1% of sugar in.
    You don’t need to use a strainer! All you need is to pour hot water over the dry fruit and let it sink – 2 teaspoons in hot water for 5 minutes. You can also served our tea cold by add ice by preference.
    We recommend after you finish your tea, eat the dry fruits from the bottom of the glass or jar.
    It’s the best!
    There are many dry fruits tea in our jfruitea shop.
    Melon Citrus:Recommended for: Winter season. Plenty of vitamin C.
    Nana Ice fruit tea:good breath smell, for easier breathing and for diet reasons.
    Mango Ice fruit tea:Recommended for: Improving memory, anti-diabetes.

  • This is super helpful thank you! I notice once I start eating a little more sugar I crave it every day so bad so I definitely need to cut back lol

  • Do anyone know about Custokebon Secrets? Does it really work? I hear lots of people lost their fat with this popular lose weight method.

  • Things I learned going sugar free:
    it’s ok to slip up sometimes. A cheat day here and there can actually be healthy and motivating for your mind
    swerve is a great sugar substitute brand
    buying a ton of fruit is a great idea because fruit becomes one of your favorite snacks!

  • What do you suggest for switching out sugar in baking? I have a banana recipe that is my favorite but it has about 2 cups of sugar in it. I’ve thought of swapping out some of it for apple sauce but I’m not sure. Any suggestions would be really helpful!

  • Different types of sugar are broken down by the body in different ways not the same ways… fructose is broken down by the liver and take longer to break down, I recommend watching @autumnbates videos about sugar, she’s pretty on to it!

  • I’m gonna try slowly to reduce my sugar intake. My first step was learning to love my coffee with no sugar, just coffee and soy milk. My next step I think will be to prepack snacks of nuts and fruit

  • Try having leaky gut with candida strep and klebsiella overgrowth and then having to cut all sugar even fruits out to heal your gut. I’m not allowed to eat starches or grains flours fruit let alone refined sugar. Not natural sugars either. In order to heal the gut and get inflammation down and regain energy one must do a strict gutt healing low inflammatory diet. Only leafy greens and bone broths, grass fed meats and wild caught fish, fermented coconut cream which turns into yoghurt and fermented fruits (incase u don’t know what fermented is it’s when you use a culture to get rid of all the sugar but preserve the nutrients) fermented vege like sauerkraut is allowed also.

    I have chronic fatigue and fullnon digestion issues and this diet is so challenging because u crave sugar like crazy!!!! The pathogens which are the bacterial overgrowths live if sugar and so they crave them every day. I didn’t think I was addicted until I tried this diet. Sugar addiction is a real thing. It’s exactly the same as drug addiction. The hardest thing I’ve tried to do is give up sugar but if u have chronic illness it has to be done otherwise u will never heal. And all disease begins in the gut! Sugar is inflammatory. And inflammation causes disease.

  • I feel like a cocaine addict. I have been watching videos and trying to cut back on added sugar and it is so so hard for me. I am cruising toward 55 years old and I have had a love affair with sugar for as long as I can remember. Over the last 10 years I have cut down a lot. No fruit juices, no colas at all, but I just cannot completely quit sugar and I don’t understand why. I am not fat or obese but I know sugar is not good for your body and feeds cancer cells.

  • Anybody wants to join me? I’m tracking my daily healthy food recipes via PingPal (FYI, it’s a habit tracker app with friends.) My goal is NO SUGAR for 1 month first! My id is BaileyClark I’d love to see inspiring people do this together ��

  • you re wrong. The only way to stop hunger is with sugar. Hunger ocurs when your glucose levels are low. Glucose fuel is sugar. You stupid doctors whant to hide this for your convenience.

  • Can you make a video about probiotics which one is the best and how to get it with the food as well.
    Thanks for all the content you’re amazing

  • I have tried to swap frozen banana for frozen cauliflower and it made my stomach so upset. For some reason raw veggies don’t agree with my stomach ��. Any suggestions?

  • I JUST CUT OUT SUGAR and decreased my carb intake. I definitely felt a withdrawal. I was so fatigued the first week but now I feel great. I have more energy than ever!! For the past 20 years, I’ve been teaching people how to heal their body naturally. I must say this is an excellent video. I agree 100% with the message you’re trying to get across to your viewers. Kudos!

  • So I’m giving up sugar… I’m 13 and gave the worst acne. I don’t have many people not eating sugar in my family any hacks so that I don’t give in!?

  • The only tip I totally dislike/agree with is # 10. Living alone makes eating unenjoyable most of the time. Videos/computer, whatever distractions are just a way of life for those of us who otherwise have little else to distract us.

  • I suspect I might be having prostate cancer. Too scared to check it. So, i decided to starve the cancer,if it is there. Pray for me.

  • Did you know that honey should be your #1 replacement for sugar? To learn of various types, and benefits of honey check here http://www.twistofflavaz.com/products

  • Great job. I really liked the options and pace of the video. Anyone know what is in the bowl at 16:30? Is it musli or (sp?) I am soooo done with my sugar addiction and this looks like a perfect place to start. Thank!

  • I believe that’s a lot of other stuff beside fresh fruit to add to oats like xylitol or stevia. Actually you can drink tea without sugar.

  • I was told last year I was heading for pre-diabetes, so I started to cut out snacks and most sugar from my diet. I’m so much more aware of added sugar in foods now I’m cooking from scratch a lot more, eating less processed food, and feeling so much better for it! I’ve lost loads of weight and have so much more energy. I wish I could convince my husband and teenage sons to cut down too. They would really feel the benefit!

  • Everytime i watch her videos i feel like she talking excatly to me lol like girl come on now u know u shouldn’t be eating that. Put it down ��������������

  • I always crave something sweet after dinner. I usually have a piece of dark chocolate, last night I had frozen banana and frozen cherries with almond milk blended.

  • I know this video not sugars but is there if you can do a video on weight watchers same way that no sugar carvings what is an alternatives one

  • I need this because my teeth are starting to ache, i lost 10 lbs this summer but ive gained back 3 in just 3 months after ive stopped dieting and ive been stress eating. My teeth ache, my acne is terrible and im always tierd. I will go almost cold turkey tomorrow but cut sugar out slowly! Wish me luck!!

  • i have been very mindful about how much sugar i consume recently! the only thing with refined sugar i’ve been eating is peanut butter! �� but it’s only a couple grams

  • Just tried the brownie bites and I was surprised at how good they were, tasted just like a dark chocolate brownie. Definitely will be making these again when the chocolate cravings inevitably come in

  • Actually it’s so restrictive, I’m into eating healthy but if I want it to be maintainable I shouldn’t restrict myself the treats that I love,
    Thats how I keep up with my healthy eating

  • I did this challenge for like 3 months now and I am still doing it and it is really nice, I lost a lot of weight cause I did not eat any sugar from along time and I am still doing it.
    And, actually, I have never eaten or used white sugar like from 5 years, I just use brown sugar, coconut sugar and dates sugar.
    And for the people who are doing a diet and they don’t want to stop eating like Nutella and other unhealthy things you can use the weight watcher diet technique, it gives you limited points for each kind of food by its calories, so for example, I was 88 kg, and my points to that I could only have is 21 points for my whole day, I did not starve at all. It was pretty good actually, only in the beginning it was kinda hard, but then I get used to it. And by that and the sugar challenge, I lost like 20 kg in 3 MONTHS, as I said I was 88 kg and now I am 60 kg, and my height is 166 cm. And when someone says a diet it is not about eating only, no, it’s also about exercising every single day for at least 30 minutes.

  • I guess dividing your plate in a restaurant is helpful when you eat out regularly but most people don’t go to restaurant that often. And tearing all your food apart in a restaurant because you can’t allow yourself to over-eat even once, within like 2-3 months, sounds like a super sad life to me.

    But everything else was super helpful, so I’m not complaining.

  • Watched this several years ago. Great help. I need to get back to getting the unhealthy foods out of my meals! I felt so much better.

  • looks fun and healthy:) some great recipes too from dr. terry shintani in hawaii are in peacediet.org those can help reverse diseases like obesity, diabetes, high blood, cancer etc.. see also http://www.AskDrShintani.com

  • Just about to start this no processed sugar journey tomorrow. I’m pregnant so my cravings have been all sugar and processed foods lol as much as I would try to avoid eating them the hanger monster would overpower me and take over and eat all of it lol wish me luck I’m gonna need it.

  • Pretty good list, did not know the color of dish made a difference. Dipping fork in salad dressing and then eating salad is a tip.

  • Instant and quick cooking oats are processed but dont have added sugar in them. Unless they are flavored. So your statement is not true.

  • Cool.  I would say that Nutella is absolutely awful health wise.  Additionally, Rice cakes have a higher glycemic index than table sugar, so after eating it you will crave sweets in about 1 or 2 hours.  I gave a thumbs anyway up as this advice may help some people lower overall sugar.