Category: sugar

Tips to Fight Your Sweet Tooth Cravings

February 23, 2015 0 Comments
Tips to Fight Your Sweet Tooth Cravings

By Betty Murray The average American eats about 20 teaspoons of sugar every day, according to a report from the National Health and nutrition Examination Survey database. On average, men consume 335 calories per day in sugar, while women consume 230 calories of sugar each day. The primary sources of added sugar (sugar that is not […]

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Tips to Fight Your Sweet Tooth Cravings

February 23, 2015 0 Comments
Tips to Fight Your Sweet Tooth Cravings

By Betty Murray The average American eats about 20 teaspoons of sugar every day, according to a report from the National Health and nutrition Examination Survey database. On average, men consume 335 calories per day in sugar, while women consume 230 calories of sugar each day. The primary sources of added sugar (sugar that is not […]

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Artificial Sweeteners: Which Is Best?

January 31, 2015 0 Comments
Artificial Sweeteners: Which Is Best?

By Betty Murray Sugar is found naturally in some foods, such as fruits, but most often, it is added to our foods. Take a peek at the ingredients list on any store-bought food, and you’ll likely find added sugar. In fact, Americans consume about 165 pounds of added sugar each year. Artificial sweeteners serve as zero-calorie […]

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FODMAP Sweet Potato-Raisin-Chunky Chip Sugar Cookies

November 19, 2014 0 Comments
Jenny Bair

Sweet Potato-Raisin-Chunky Chip Sugar Cookies Weekly Recipe created by Jenny Bair, author of “What the FODMAP?” Semi-homemade from this mix: Visit here for The Mix – https://www.immaculatebaking.com/product/gluten-free-sugar-cookie-mix/ The Mix plus these ingredients from box: change...

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The link between sugary drinks and genetic obesity

October 10, 2012 0 Comments
The link between sugary drinks and genetic obesity

By Betty Murray Sugary drinks may increase the effect of genes that predispose people to obesity, according to a new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine. Sugary drinks, including sports drinks and soda are directly related to increased weight gain. They are the largest single food source of calories in the country. According [...]

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