Women's Heart Advisor April 2017 Issue

What You Need to Know to Cut Back on Your Sugar Intake

Adding fresh fruit to ice water, instead of drinking beverages with lots of sugar or added sweeteners, is a healthier choice.

What You Need to Know to Cut Back on Your Sugar Intake

How sweet it is to have alternatives, but retraining your taste buds may be your best bet in preventing obesity and type 2 diabetes.

Do you wonder if you are eating too much sugar? Thatís a tough question to answer. Guidelines on sugar intake should be taken with a grain of salt. (Sorry)! A study published in Annals of Internal Medicine found that some studies used to write sugar-intake guidelines were paid for by trade groups that represent sugary products.

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