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You’re Probably Eating it Anyway. by Elle Penner, MPH, RD. July 11, 2014. 19 Comments. A survey of more than 11,000 U.S. consumers last year shows we’re paying more attention to how much sugar is in foods than they type of sugar—whether it comes from sucrose or high fructose corn syrup.
Most of us find it easier to avoid sugar when we’re full and satisfied. Eating a well-balanced diet helps drown out our need for sugar. Eat a colorful variety of fruits and vegetables.
Focus on getting in the recommended daily minimum of five servings, and focus on deeply colored options like kale, broccoli, berries, and apples. Vegans believe forgoing animal products is best, while keto enthusiasts just want to eat all the fat. But there’s one food people of nearly every dietary preference aim to avoid: sugar. Giving up. Eat lots of sugar -> Increase blood glucose -> Insulin produced in large amounts ->blood glucose levels fall -> Crave more sugar _> Eat lots of sugar etc.
Instead of snacking on sugar-laden sweets, eat low-sugar foods such as raw vegetables, nuts and seeds, boiled. That you can eat anything and lose weight as long as you’re “under your calories.” Thankfully, I’ve been cleansed. If you’re having trouble sticking to your diet, staying under your calories, or just getting motivated to lose weight I know the problem. It’s sugar. Added sugar is the single worst ingredient in the modern diet. The easiest way to avoid sugar is when it’s not in your kitchen to begin with.
Toss obvious sources like bread, pasta, and other packaged foods, but also we wary of hidden sugar sources. Things like store bought salad dressings, sauces, condiments, juices, frozen meals, dried fruits, and flavored yogurts all contain sugar. Refined white sugar damages your health from head to toe, negatively affecting your brain, your digestive, endocrine, cardiovascular, and immune systems, and even your skin as it contributes to eczema. Sugar also causes water retention, kidney stones, and liver disease.
The bad news about sugar just keeps on coming: A recent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study linked taking in too much of the sweet stuff. For consumers—especially if you’re actually trying to stop eating so much sugar —it’s a different story. “American’s over consumption of sweeteners has been linked to an array of health issues, including an increased risk of obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and stroke,” says David Zinczenko, author of the bestselling book Zero Belly. Seriously, you can eat so many foods on a sugar free diet, including fruits, vegetables, whole grains, animal protein, eggs, dairy, nuts, seeds, avocados. Check out this article about a No Sugar Diet.
How do you cut sugar out of your diet? It’s up to you.
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