Tip of the Day: No Sugar Tonight in My Coffee, No Sugar Tonight in My Tea

by Eubie on June 4, 2013

We’ve already covered the topic of deleting processed sugar from you diet; at least, getting rid of as much of it as you can. It’s everywhere in our foods, so zero-tolerance is not an option. However, you can markedly reduce your processed sugar intake (the white stuff), and doing so will yield a whole slew of health benefits, from losing weight to having more energy to boosting your immune system. One tiny tip for reducing your sugar intake is to substitute honey, especially in your coffee or tea. Yes, it does have a different taste than sugar, but not that different, and a lot of folks like it. If you’re one of those people who resists change, give it time, you’ll adjust, and the benefits will become manifest! Here’s a little get-stuck-in-your-head ditty from the Guess Who to help you remember to leave that sugar behind!

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