It’s not like you’re mainlining Lucky Charms for breakfast (uh, right?), but even a.m. meals that seem healthy can pack in the sugar. We found some low sugar breakfasts that will satisfy your sweet tooth — without the sugar crash.
In theory, yogurt is one of the healthiest foods you can eat. But many yogurts are full of added sugars or artificial sweeteners and flavors or all of the above. We perused the yogurt aisle and found the tastiest options with the least amount of sugar, so you can have all the convenience and enjoyment, without the crash.
If you want to be your healthiest self, reducing your intake of sugar is a must. The average American consumes 17 teaspoons of added sugar every day — which comes out to about 57 pounds of added sugar in one year.
There are so many different approaches to food these days, and everyone seems convinced that theirs is the best. Keto, vegan, vegetarian, paleo—ask anyone who loves their eating style and they’ll happily evangelize to you about why it’s the only right way.
It’s 4 p.m., you’re hungry, you’re tired, and you are jonesing hard for the donuts/cookies/candy/insert tempting treat here in your office break room. (We’ve all been there). But you know that 10 minutes after eating it, you’ll both suffer the sugar crash and feel hungry again.
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Hanging for the holidays with vegan, gluten-free, low-sugar and Paleo eaters? What do you feed them? We have the answers
These sweet and savory recipes will bring eaters with every kind of diet-restriction—vegan, Paleo, gluten-free or sugar-free—holiday joy.