Error: This is required. Error: Not a valid value. You can cut down on sugars by eating fewer sugary foods, such as sweets, cakes and biscuits, and drinking fewer sugary soft drinks. Sugars occur naturally in foods such as fruit and milk, but we don’t need to cut down on these types of sugars. Across a wide range of foods, however, including sweets, cakes, biscuits, chocolate, and some soft drinks and juice drinks, sugar is added. These are the sugary foods that we should aim to reduce in our diets. Evidence shows that most adults and children consume more sugar than is recommended as part of a healthy balanced diet. Many foods that include added sugars contain lots of kilojoules, so eating these foods often can contribute to someone becoming overweight.
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The truth is: I have an insane sweet tooth. I eat ice cream every day. So if anyone could stand to cut back on sugar, I figured it was me. I gave myself 30 days to see what would happen. Natural sugars, on the other hand, were fine. I would not cut out fruits, and I would still be able to sweeten my full fat! My go-to breakfast is the aforementioned yogurt with granola, so I looked for stuff that contained fewer than eight grams of added sugar. Finding a granola with so little sugar turned out to be difficult so I ended up making my own and adding a little bit of honey for sweetness. A total sugar deprivation probably would have lasted until day two. Okay, okay, day 1.