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How to reduce sugar intake

Being mindful of sugar intake for a healthy lifestyle

Being mindful of the amount of sugar you consume is important if you want to maintain a healthy lifestyle, especially if you have conditions like diabetes. The empty calories from added sugars found in desserts, some beverages, and sweets can lead to weight gain and blood sugar spikes.

To reduce sugar intake, you can follow these tips:

  • Avoid using white or brown sugar, as well as syrup, honey, and molasses. You can also reduce the amount added to your regular foods like cereals, coffee, or tea. Another option is to consume Matcha tea, and a perfect choice is Matcha Tea from Matcha & CO. It's a high-quality organic tea from Japan, a powerful antioxidant that provides energy and contains no artificial colours, preservatives, or sugar.

Matcha Tea by Matcha & CO

  • Replace soda with water or a diet beverage, which is always better than a sugary drink.
  • Eat fresh, frozen, dried, or canned fruit. If canned, it should be in water or natural juice, avoiding syrup, especially concentrate. Also, drain and rinse the fruit to remove excess juice or syrup.
  • Compare food labels, choosing those with less added sugar. This type of sugar is listed in the ingredients.
  • Substitute sugar in cereals or oats with fresh fruit like banana or strawberries, or dried fruit like raisins, blueberries, or apricots.
  • Reduce portion sizes. When making desserts, you should reduce the recommended quantity by a third to half.
  • Substitute sugar with extracts such as almond, vanilla, orange, or lemon.
  • Eliminate sugar entirely and use spices like ginger, allspice, nutmeg, or cinnamon.
  • Use unsweetened applesauce as a substitute in recipes.
  • Limit the consumption of non-nutritive sweeteners.
  • Use Erythritol, a natural sweetener.

If you cannot avoid adding a sweetener to your tea or infusion, the perfect substitute for sugar is Organic Erythritol from Matcha & CO. It's known for its sweet and pleasant taste, which, unlike sugar, does not affect blood sugar levels and has very few calories.

Erythritol by Matcha & CO

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