Get started cutting down on sugar with these tips: * Toss the table sugar (white and brown), syrup, honey and molasses. Cut back on the amount of sugar added to things you eat or drink regularly like cereal, pancakes, coffee or tea. Try cutting the usual amount of sugar you add by half and wean down from there. * Swap out the soda. Water is best, but if you want something sweet to drink or are trying to lose weight, diet drinks can be a better choice than sugary drinks. * . Choose fruit canned in water or natural juice. Avoid fruit canned in syrup, especially heavy syrup. Drain and rinse in a colander to remove excess syrup or juice. * * . Instead of adding sugar to cereal or oatmeal, try fresh fruit (bananas, cherries or strawberries) or dried fruit (raisins, cranberries or apricots). * Cut the serving back. When baking cookies, brownies or cakes, cut the sugar called for in your recipe by one-third to one-half. Often you won’t notice the difference. * Try extracts. Instead of adding sugar in recipes, use extracts like almond, vanilla, orange or lemon. * Replace it completely. Enhance foods with spices instead of sugar. Try ginger, allspice, cinnamon or nutmeg. * Substitute. Switch out sugar with unsweetened applesauce in recipes (use equal amounts). * Limit . If you are trying to lose weight, a temporary fix to satisfying your sweet tooth may be with non-nutritive sweeteners. But watch out! Make sure that swapping sugary options for non-nutritive sweeteners now doesn’t lead to eating more later. * * #sugarfreediet #nosugar #diet #inteeresting #loseweight #getinshape #20-35 #35-50 #50 #women #men #unisex
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