4 Simple Changes to Help Cut Down on Sugar

Removing sugar from your diet is the single most important step you can take to improve your health. We’ve become so addicted to the added sugar in our diet that we don’t really taste what we are eating.

To help Healing Place Medfield’s clients to better understand, I have a simple rule of thumb, “if it tastes good, don’t eat it: unless you read the label.” If it has sugar in any form it’s going to spike your insulin. Over time, this can lead to metabolic syndrome, diabetes, neuropathy and eventually cancer.

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4 comments

  1. Renee says:

    Tyler Bramlett of garagewarrior.com on the Functional Health Summit discussed increasing dietary protein as a way to decrease sugar intake. Adding foods to your diet instead of taking some away often makes you feel less like you’re missing out and therefore easier to stick to. He suggests we eat between 100 to 200 grams of healthy protein per day, depending somewhat on gender and weight. Eating more protein tells your body that you’re full, so you have less room for cookies, soda, and the like. All the more reason to eat your dessert AFTER dinner! The protein amounts Tyler suggests are higher than those generally recommended by the mainstream, but that’s a story for another day!

    • Thank you Renee for the protein information. We always want to keep our readers informed with the latest dietary information. Please forward to us any information that you think that our readers will benefit from.

  2. Renee says:

    Tyler Bramlett of garagewarrior.com on the Functional Health Summit discussed increasing dietary protein as a way to decrease sugar intake. Adding foods to your diet instead of taking some away often makes you feel less like you’re missing out and therefore easier to stick to. He suggests we eat between 100 to 200 grams of healthy protein per day, depending somewhat on gender and weight. Eating more protein tells your body that you’re full, so you have less room for cookies, soda, and the like. All the more reason to eat your dessert AFTER dinner! The protein amounts Tyler suggests are higher than those generally recommended by the mainstream, but that’s a story for another day!

    • Thank you Renee for the protein information. We always want to keep our readers informed with the latest dietary information. Please forward to us any information that you think that our readers will benefit from.

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