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Reducing Sugar Intake

1. Pass up on prepackaged foods.

Sugar or any of its components are added by food producers in their canned or frozen products, such as those stuck-into-the-microwave, ready-to-use foodstuff you use for your Italian meal preparations like spaghetti or pizza. You can make your meals healthier by buying fresh foodstuff and personally preparing the ingredients that you need.

2. Stick to organic.

When sugar craving hits you, go for unprocessed alternatives such as fruits, honey or molasses. These are better for your health than refined sugars, such as the white sugar that you put in cakes and cookies and candies, brown sugar and corn syrup.

3. Sugar Capping.

Fix your day by day consumption of sugar and stick to it. No tricks! Give up puddings or confectionaries after meals. Your passion for sweets grows less when you get used to skipping desserts.

4. Protein-rich foods as Sugar Stabilizers

Keep yourself hale and hearty by maintaining a diet stuffed with food products rich in protein. Go heavy on meats, fish, chicken, egg, and dairy products like milk, cheese and butter. Protein steadies blood sugar upsurge.

5. Food Nutritional Label Review

Food manufacturers have learned the art of hiding their sugar contents through the use of different names, among them, sucrose, glucose, fructose, dextrose, lactose, and maltose. Scrutinize the list of ingredients at the back of your grocery food products and spurn those with these names in their labels.

6. Go high on fiber, low-carb food

Stuff yourself with meals packed with fiber but low in carbohydrates. Eat plenty of oats, whole wheat pasta, the various types of beans like black beans, kidney beans, lima beans, lentils and soybeans. Pick whole grain foods for a stuffed feeling.