Wondering how to reduce sugar intake? Whether you decide to make a small or big change, we've rounded up our best 11 tips to get you there.
WE WON’T SUGARCOAT it. Sugar is one of the most addictive substances out there – as addictive (if not more so) than drugs such as cocaine and morphine. In fact, our brain reacts quite similarly when we consume it, which can wreck havoc on our overall health, not just our waistlines. It’s no wonder the world has a growing health epidemic on its hands; as a nation, we are heavier than we have ever been, and we are being diagnosed with chronic illnesses such as Type II Diabetes, heart disease and mood disorders earlier and earlier in our lives. From excess fat, increased cravings for sugar and carbohydrates, high blood sugar and high blood pressure, and diabetes, to mood disorders, brain fog and energy issues, sugar could be at the root of our problem.