The topic of added sugar in the standard American diet has gotten a fair amount of attention in recent years, and for good reason: We’re eating way too much of it, and it’s affecting our health. Not only are excessive amounts of sugar linked to weight gain, experts say, but several other medical conditions as well.
Compounding the problem is that sugar — in its many forms — makes food tantalizing ... and, for some people, enormously hard to resist. And it’s become ubiquitous in a huge array of foods, making it ever more difficult to avoid.
Never fear, though! If you, like many people, are starting to realize how much added sugar is creeping into your daily menu, we’ve got a number of strategies to help you switch to a low-sugar diet plan. Read on to learn simple ways you can reduce your sugar intake starting today.