How To Stop Eating Sugar!

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5 Responses

  1. Aly says:

    This article contains powerful reminders of what sugar does to the body after it is consumed. In moderation, a little bit of sugar seems okay for overall health due to its mood-boosting effects, but sadly it’s often too hard to only indulge a little / a safe amount. I like the suggestion to use safer ways to sweeten food. Honey is easy to find in stores and although it can be a little messy, the benefits are worth the effort!

  2. Mike says:

    Hello there! This is an important post that everyone should read. I am also someone who has a sweet tooth. When given the opportunity to consume sugar, I will almost likely take that chance but I also try my best to do it in moderation whenever possible. Sometimes it can be easily forgotten how damaging something that tastes so good can cause. But something so temporary isn’t worth the long term health damage. Thanks for this great reminder!

    • Wholeearthgoodness says:

      Many thanks for your comment and yes I agree, sugar can be so tasty that you can forget the damaging effects that can result, its always best to consume natural sugars:)

  3. Matiss says:

    I loved it. I mean, I agree with articles like this on so many levels. And that’s such an important point that I feel still very few globally are aware of.

    Just the other day I was looking at some statistics which estimated that about 2/3 of the whole population of the US is either obese or overweight. Which kind of makes it an even bigger pandemic than the COVID one. And all of that is quite possibly (I mean, there’s evidence of that all over the place, including the resources you mentioned) the doing of overconsumption of processed sugar.

    I loved that section on the physical effects. I mean, I feel so many people are completely oblivious to these. And I loved that section on the safe options as well. Another two I would add are Stevia and Monk Fruit. 🙂

    Cheers.

    • Wholeearthgoodness says:

      I am so glad that you enjoyed reading and yes there are many people that don’t realise that sugar can be a major problem if having it too much or over indulging. It certainly is a ‘pandemic’ and one that should be highlighted more often.

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