Discovering the health effects of additional sugars and how to cut back. (Part-2)

Tips for Reducing Sugar Intake:

Check food labels for extra sugars. Search for sucrose, high-fructose corn syrup, agave nectar, honey, and other sugar words.

Avoid sugary drinks including soda, energy drinks, and juices. Water, herbal tea, or infused water are options.

Choose entire, unprocessed, low-sugar foods. Fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean meats are beneficial.

Certain condiments, sauces, and dressings include additional sugars. Make your own or choose low-sugar options.

Be aware of portion sizes, especially while eating sugary meals. Sugar intake can be reduced by smaller meals.

Support your sugar reduction efforts with friends, family, and online networks. Sharing advice and experiences might make it more fun.

Sugar reduction is gradual and sustainable, with long-term health advantages. A balanced, diversified diet with full, nutrient-dense foods and minimal added sugars is essential.

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