Honestly? It’s easy to see how you could tip the sugar scales without ever touching a brownie.
I know: Herbal tea isn’t chocolate! But you may be surprised to find out it can definitely tame a sweet tooth. I am not talking about stirring a few sugar cubes into your cuppa, either. A handful of herbals teas are, in fact, naturally sweet. Here are 5 to try.
Sugar has come under fire lately. We’ve been told to eat less of it, to lower our sugar intake, for our health because it can have negative effects on our weight and put us at risk for things like cardiovascular disease and cancer.
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.
Once you start to pay more attention to how much sugar you’re consuming, you’ll realize that sugar is everywhere — even in foods we think of as being healthy. Here are 5 surprisingly high sugar foods you should know about.
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.
We asked experts for their best tips on avoiding this most sugary of seasons without being a total Grinch. Here’s what they had to say.
It’s only part way through December and we’re already feeling it—that drag from too many holiday cookies and sweet cocktails. What’s getting us through? Knowing that come January 1, we can start cleaning up our diets, especially reducing sugar consumption.
If there’s one thing health experts can agree on, it’s that sugar isn’t doing your health any favors. But breaking the habit can be tough. And, well, sometimes you just want something sweet. We get it, and while we still don’t recommend scarfing down the whole tray of cupcakes (sorry), we can get behind using one of these healthier sugar alternatives.
There’s no end of complicated diets, juice fasts and other plans promising to help you feel your best. But sometimes the simplest approach is the recipe for success.
The answer will astound you! Here's what to do to counterbalance the sugariest day of the year
During Halloween, most adults consume about 3 pounds of candy, and kids scarf up 3 cups of sugar; here are 5 ways to counteract all that unhealthy snacking.