Ways to end sugar cravings are never easy until you read this
It was proven before that canned sodas, energy drinks and other beverages contains way too much sugar than the average amount recommended for a person's dietary requirements. And a recent study shows that even your favorite hot drinks like Starbucks coffee, contains a "shocking" 25 tablespoon of sugar in each cup.
Use these rules to naturally slow your sugar intake—and keep eating meals you love.
Researchers found that the use of emojis greatly affects the simple decision-making skills of children when it comes to identifying the healthy and unhealthy food choices.
Eating sugar makes you feel good and relaxed. When we eat a lot of sugar, the insulin in our body takes excess sugar from the blood and leave behind tryptophan, which enhances our mood, gives us a feeling of relaxation, and makes us feel good.
If chronic diseases aren't enough justification for you to stop you from indulging, here are other 10 things that will happen to your body once you stop gulping or even sipping!
In the newly released dietary guidelines for 2016, the diet experts recommend that individuals should not get more than 10 percent of their calories from added sugar.
More than just eating the right food and working out at the gym, improving metabolism is also one of the primary concerns of weight watchers everywhere. And while your body is always burning fat, sometimes it needs a little boost.
International food prices have dropped 19% in the previous year, making it a four-year consecutive decline in the industry, according to the United Nations Food Agency.
The Change4Life initiative's Sugar Smart campaign across England by the Public Health of England in the form of a smartphone app is receiving great support from such super chains as Tesco, Morrisons, Aldi and Asda and from such food manufacturers as Weetabix.
The innocuous white substance that is so commonplace in every dinner table and abundantly present in virtually every meal has a far more devastating effect to the health than most people realise. Excessive consumption of sugar is one of the leading causes of a number of serious health conditions as obesity, Type 2 diabetes and cancers. Here are a few helpful facts on sugar and its consumption.
Will Eating Before Bed Make Us Fat? Study Reveals It Won't Unless We Eat Snacks High in Sugar and Calories [VIDEO]
If our midnight snack is consistently high in calories and sugar, it could eventually lead to weight gain, especially if we’re not burning some of that off when we are awake.
In a recent U.S Study, it was found that people who eat canned fruits and vegetables may lead a healthier diet in life compared to those people who do not consume canned goods. Is that even possible?
A new research suggested that adding a tablespoon of sugar into a bottle of water before any big physical event could help make a difference between success and failure.
As stated by Bonnie Taub-Dix, a registered dietitian and author of Read It Before You Eat It, "Fruit provides a lot of things people need. Fruits provides vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. It also hydrates individuals and provides with fiber, which fills people up."