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Sugar give sweetness and different taste with our food specially cakes.

                                              6 Scary Side Effects of Sugar // spoonful of sugar © Thinkstock

But too much sugar will not also good for our health. Some already tried and still now doing a sugar free diet. We will try to explore further the health benefits of sugar free diet.

                                        A few great reasons to follow a #sugarfree #diet. #Weightloss is the obvious benefit but there are a few other reasons too :)     

 

 

                                               Tune into our LIVE show tonight with Dr. Pam Peeke, a physician and nutrition expert, as she explains food addictions and how to retrain your brain to make healthier choices. http://www.gaiamtv.com/show/inspirations

 

Tips What To Eat and What To Avoid  When Following a Sugar-Free Lifestyle

  • Don’t go from eating sugar non-stop to completely eliminating it in 24 hours because it will most likely backfire. Take a gradual process and try reducing your sugar intake each day. Cut out the sugar in your coffee or tea.

  • What is added sugar? Added sugar is when the word “SUGAR” or any form of sugar is listed on the ingredient list of the foods you are eating. Replace sugars with stevia, a calorie-free sugar substitute made from a plant.

  • What is stevia? Stevia can be up to 300 times sweeter than regular cane sugar. Stevia doesn’t raise blood sugar; it has no calories or sugar because it is an herb. It’s an herb from a plant that grows in Brazil and Paraguay. A little bit of stevia goes a long way; it’s sold in powder and liquid form.  Store stevia in your pantry.

  • Use stevia in baking recipes for breads, cookies, pudding, pies, ice cream, pancakes, etc.

  • Stay away from processed sugar substitutes such as aspartame and Splenda.

  • Use fresh fruit: fresh fruit adds such a natural sweetness to recipes without the refined added sugar.

  • Sugar comes in many forms included (but not limited to): maple syruphoneybrown rice syrup, evaporated cane juice, sucanatbrown sugarmolasses, corn syrup and high fructose corn syrup.

  • Eat naturally sweet fruits and vegetablessuch as beets, carrots, sweet potatoes, pumpkin, fennel, leeks, onions, scallions, oranges, berries, bananas, apples, pomegranates, etc.

  • Eating green vegetables, alkalizes the body and detoxes it of unwanted toxins. Greens are filled with minerals and nutrients that are vital for cellular regeneration.

  • Use fresh herbs such as cilantro, basil, mint and marjoram.

  • Whole foods are what belong inside your body! Try these naturally sugar-free foods: fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, organic eggs, organic turkey, organic chicken, low-mercury fish, beans, legumes, whole grainssuch as brown rice, millet, quinoa or buckwheat (all gluten-free).

  • Remember, sugar is still sugar in any form and if your body is inflamed then sugar will fuel your inflammation.

 It is essential to work with a nutritionist and an Integrative M.D. because I am sharing general information that is not intended to be medical advice. This information is only given for informational purposes.