Sugar consumption in excess may either open your doors to unwanted weight gain and contraction of medical conditions such as diabetes or worsen them. If you can’t give up your fancy for sweets, here is what you should do.
If you have a sweet tooth, then the worst news someone can give you is that sweets can increase your weight to a considerable extent. If you are struggling with a sweet tooth, then know how you can give it up.
'Give up sugar to lose weight’, recommend dieticians. But, giving up your favourite sweet dish, chocolate bar or black current stick is just too much to ask for. What works best is learning how to deal with cookie and candy cravings to keep you on the course of maintaining a healthy body weight.
Most times, we don’t think about all the sugar that goes into our mouth. It is important to understand that excessive sugar in foods does little to provide fuel and energy for us to stay active, but brings upon negative effects on our health in the form of weight gain, fluctuating sugar levels, etc.
The best way to give up sweets is to treat yourself occasionally with sweet cookies and chocolates. Don’t deny yourself sugar but keep reducing the frequency until you've have cut the amount of sugary treats from your diet. Eliminating all sweets at one go will make you feel deprived forcing you to end up binging on sugar and gaining weight.
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