Thinking of giving up sugar? Desserts and drinks are not the only way that sugar makes its way into your body. Sugar is everywhere – from salad dressings to yogurt, canned fruit to sports drinks. It’s the hidden sugar in the foods we buy that is the real problem. Here’s what you need to know and how to give up sugar on your own.
Sweeteners And Sugars
Ahhh... the sweetness of sugar and sweeteners! What would our sweet treats be like without them? But if you're trying to eat healthy (or trying to lose weight), then you'll want to read these helpful articles about eating less sugar, choosing the healthiest sugar substitutes, and reducing your sugar intake for the longterm health benefits. Here's what you need to know about sweeteners like high fructose corn syrup, blackstrap molasses, Stevia sweetener, honey, and more!
To help us enjoy our days, weeks and months on the Atkins Diet this time… we’ve found 10 snacks & desserts that make the dieting process a little bit easier and a whole lot more FUN!
What is stevia? It’s a natural sugar substitute! Here’s what you need to know about the safety of stevia products, plus how to make stevia sweetener at home
A low carb diet like the Atkins Diet one of the easiest, most effective ways to lose weight fast. Here are the low carb foods we eat, plus low carb recipes!
Avoiding high fructose corn syrup in your diet? Here are a few easy ways to avoid the corn-based sweetener that has been linked to health problems and has even been called a highly dangerous toxin.
The precious nutrients from sugar cane are concentrated in blackstrap molasses. For optimal health, you should look for organic, unsulphured molasses. Some of the health benefits include: curing cancerous tumors, fibroid tumors, anxiety, constipation, edema, heart palpitations, anemia, arthritic pain, joint pain, acne, gray hair, and more!
According to Dr. Hirsch, the Sensa Diet — which consists of sprinkles that you put on your food to increase the sensation of the taste and smell of your food — actually tricks your brain into thinking you are full sooner. Hence, you don’t eat as much as you normally would. But does it really work?
I’m thinking of trying local honey to lessen the effects of my allergies and hay fever this year. I’ve heard that local honey is the key to building up antibodies in your body — thanks to the local bees who produce the local honey.