How To Avoid High Sugar Intake

Today, many people are concerned with their appearance. They strive hard to look their best while juggling all of life’s activities at the same time. Unfortunately, with a hectic schedule, raising a family, and working full-time, taking care of yourself isn’t always a priority. Your friends may suggest a diet, an aggressive workout, or a new diet pill that just hit the market. All of these may work really well for your friend, but not for you. So, what can you do to stay healthy and maintain your weight? Reducing your sugar intake can be a primary step towards staying fit and achieving your weight goals.

Why Is Reducing Your Sugar A Healthy Idea

High sugar intake is responsible for obesity and an increased appetite. Reducing your sugar intake can give you more energy. For example, sugar-free syrup can be an excellent alternative to sugary syrups. Cutting back on sugar can improve your nutritional value. As soon as you reduce the amount of sugar you consume, you’re giving yourself a better chance to eat right. Plus, less sugar means you’re living a healthier lifestyle. You can also improve your sugar intake by cutting back on sugary drinks too.

Here is a sugar-free beverage to try using a delicious Monin sugar-free syrup:

Lite Caramel Latte


  • 30 ml Monin Sugar-Free Caramel Syrup
  • 1 shot(s) espresso
  • Fill with steamed low-fat milk
  • Glass: 415 ml
  • Garnish: Sugar-Free Whipped Cream


  1. Combine ingredients, except milk, in serving cup.
  2. Stir and set aside.
  3. Steam milk in the pitcher.
  4. Pour steamed milk into a serving cup, stirring gently.

Trendy New Ways To Cut Back On Sugar

  1. Fruits And Vegetables

Eating more fruits and vegetables is a smart way to incorporate more vitamins and minerals into your diet, and reduce your sugar intake. Replace your sweet snacks with fruit. Instead of an ice cream sandwich or a candy bar, try a banana or an orange. Replacing sugar with fruit is one of the simplest ways to reduce your sugar consumption and live healthier. There’s sugar in fruits, but it has less impact on your blood sugar.

  1. Water

Drinking more water has 0 calories and no sugar. When you feel the need to eat or drink something that’s high in sugar, go for a refreshing glass of water. If you’re eating out, replace your soda with a glass of water. You can improve the taste of your water by adding lemon slices. You can also add mint or cucumbers to your water as a refreshing drink in the summer. Traditional ways to reduce your sugar intake includes a sugar alternative, check for the sugar contents on your food labels, eat more yogurt, and avoid high-calorie desserts.

Amazing Sugar-Free Dessert Recipe

Peanut Butter Cookies

These gluten-free, sugar-free cookies are yummy and easy to make.

Ingredients: 1 large egg, 1 cup sugar substitute, 1 teaspoon baking soda, 1/2 teaspoon vanilla, 1 teaspoon water, and 1 cup peanut butter (the mixture will be very dry).

Preheat the oven to 375 degrees, beat the egg, baking powder, vanilla, and sugar substitute together in a mixing bowl for 1 minute. Add in the peanut butter and water. Make sure the dry ingredients are blended well with the peanut butter. Measure out a heaping spoonful for each cookie. Spray your baking sheet and the fork with non-stick spray. You can make the traditional marks on top of your cookies with the fork. Pat out all of the cookie dough and bake for 10-15 minutes or until golden brown. Set them aside and allow them to cool before eating them, serving them to your children, or guests. You won’t miss the flour or the sugar. In fact, you’ll be able to enjoy a nice dessert that you can make it no time. Let the kids help you to encourage them to cut back on sugar too.

Consuming natural sugar that’s contained in fruits isn’t bad. Added sugar leads to diabetes and other health issues. In fact, too much sugar takes away energy from the brain. Our brains need sugar every day to function, but added sugar is the brains enemy. Unfortunately, the Food and Drug Administration says the average American consumes 150 pounds of sugar each year. This adds 400 calories to a 2,000 calorie diet per person. In fact, too much sugar can slow down your metabolism. You can also talk to your medical professional on ways to reduce your sugar intake.

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