Healthy Living: Your Body Without Sugar
The average American consumes more than 19 teaspoons of added sugar a day, even though guidelines suggest we should be eating no more than 6-9 teaspoons daily.
You’ve probably heard that cutting your sugar intake can improve your health, but what really happens in your body when you say "sayonara" to sugar?
It’s today’s Healthy Living.
If you’re trying to cut back on sugar, remember to check the ingredient list on all the products you eat.
Sugar goes by more than 50 different names.
A simple trick to identify it is to look for ingredients that end in "ose."