6 creative ways to reduce sugar intake news

6 creative ways to reduce sugar intake

Eating too much sugar could age your body before time. It contributes to type-2 diabetes, tooth & gum decay, heart diseases, weight gain and cancer.

While sugar is naturally present in fruits, vegetables, organic honey, dairy products and syrups; this sugar has little or no effect on blood sugar level. It is linked to providing essential nutrients that prevent cancer.

The danger comes from the added sugar present in processed foods. On an average, people consume 17 teaspoons of added sugar daily which should ideally be only 6 teaspoons.

Here are six creative ways to reduce your sugar intake:

  • Go for natural sugar
  • Veggies, fruits, dairy products all have natural sugar which is healthy for your body. 

    Additionally, they contain nutrients that aid in digestion and promote proper absorption and assimilation of food.

  • Avoid sugar-sweetened beverages
  • One of the largest contributors to added sugar are sodas, energy drinks, fruit drinks and sports drinks.

    Just by replacing these drinks with water or natural juices could help you shed around ten pounds in a year.

  • Chew fennel seeds
  • Chewing fennel seeds fight your post-meal dessert cravings. They are naturally sweet, aid in digestion and prevent bloating.

  • Switch to organic options
  • Replace refined sugar with organic Jamun honey, organic honey or organic jaggery. 

    These options are free from pesticides and contain amino acids, minerals, vitamins and antioxidants that help to reverse oxidative damage. 

    They are also rich in fructose, glucose and sucrose.

  • Increase the intake of protein and fat
  • Too much sugar intake causes increased appetite and weight gain. But, if you eat a protein and fat-rich diet you’ll feel less hungry and your food intake will subsequently reduce.

    Avocados, nuts, meat, fish, eggs and full-fat dairy products are foods that are rich in protein and fat.

  • Toss the sugar out
  • If you keep sugar or sugar-foods in house, you’ll end up eating them. Instead, keep some healthy snacks that you can munch on anytime.

    While excess refined sugar can be harmful to your body, it is important to switch to other healthier alternatives that provide required nutrients and promote smooth digestion.

    Are you looking for healthier alternatives to refined sugar? Check this range of organic sweeteners to pamper your sweet tooth here.


    Manish Jain


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