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REDUCE YOUR SUGAR INTAKE: 10 tips that helped me cut sugar effectively

REDUCE YOUR SUGAR INTAKE: 10 tips that helped me cut sugar effectively

REDUCE YOUR SUGAR INTAKE: 10 tips that helped me cut sugar effectively

Are you struggling with sugar cravings and want to reduce your sugar intake? In this video, I share 10 quick, practical tips to reduce the amount of refined/added sugars in your diet.

Links and citations/references:

World Health Organization guidelines: https://www.who.int/mediacentre/news/releases/2015/sugar-guideline/en/

60 names of sugar (look at the column on the right hand side): http://sugarscience.ucsf.edu/hidden-in-plain-sight/#.Wr6t-YjwaUl

Another website with the names for sugar: http://thewholetulip.com/2015/01/60-names-for-sugar/

Apple nachos: https://livinghealthywithchocolate.com/desserts/paleo-apple-nachos-2715/

Self-care list video:

Protein/fat and blood sugar:

A Nutritionist Explains: 12 Ways To Balance Blood Sugar


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  1. 1. Read labels carefully

    2. Eat more whole foods

    3. Don't drink your calories

    4. Avoid relying on healthy sweeteners too much

    5. Eat more protein

    6. Eat more healthy fats

    7. Remove temptations

    8. Keep low sugar whole food treats around

    9. Avoid using sugar for stress relief

    10. Never say never

    Thanks for the video.

  2. Thank you, Ria, —- SUBSCRIBED! —–
    * It took a MONTH for my sugar cravings to cease! * That was the tough time for myself. Mostly, after dinner I'd want a nutty-buddy peanut wafer crunch bar (Little Debbie, I believe they're called).

    Yes, I DID quit cold-turkey. My physical was last week and the doctor was impressed with the bloodwork. He asked me how:

    – Borderline fatty liver is no longer.

    – Cholesterol levels are back in check.

    – Blood/sugar is within normal range.

    – Blood pressure still a bit high at 148/85 (normal for someone in their 60's is 140/80).

    – Dropped 20 pounds (10 kilo).

    – And I'm training for a half-marathon in the spring (13.1 miles / 21 km).

    – All this was accomplished over the summer and fall of 2021 – WITHOUT – medicines.

  3. I think you sound very sensible! Thank you. I had bariatric surgery last year and I’m trying to find my way in the balance of sweets, sugar substitutes, etc. You were very encouraging!

  4. see my problem with number 7, is that i know if i don't have snacks, I'm not going to the store..I'm go to McDonalds hahaha!

  5. Thank you so much!!! This video is so helpful, I went sugar free at the start of the year and was pretty good at keeping it out but it's slowly come back, so I hope this time around thanks to your tips

  6. What sort of sugar is bad or is it all bad. I don’t have a sweet tooth. I enjoy a glass of orange or fruit juice. According to guidelines, this surpasses the amount I am supposed to have daily but I don’t see how it could be terrible

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