White Sugar is Blacklisted in Indian Home for 4 Main Reasons

White Sugar

Did you consume sugar today?

If you consume sugar you should know these points.
White sugar is not bad for your health, but it is important to consume it in moderation. Too much intake of white sugar will cause negative health effects.

4 ill-effects of White Sugar

  1. Obesity: Excess intake of sugar will fasten the weight gain process since it is high in calories. There are 35-40 calories in 10 grams of sugar!
  2. Dental Problems: If you too much sugar this may lead to tooth decay.
  3. Long-term Health Conditions: Too much consumption may lead to type 2 diabetes.
  4. Nutritional Imbalance: Sugary drinks, may lead to poor nutrition supply to your body.
Note: This applies if you intake white more than 5 or 10 times a day or higher than normal.
Countries, such as the USA and India, have high rates of sugar consumption.

7 Best Alternatives for White Sugar!

7 best white sugar alternatives
  1. Palm Jaggery: Natural unrefined sugar made from the sap of palm trees. Palm jaggery is rich in nutrients and it is a natural sweetener. (My favourite choice is Palm sugar – Karupatti). It has mixed benefits and contains vitamins, and minerals such as iron, calcium magnesium.
  2. Maple syrup: Made from maple trees. It has a distinct flavour and is often used as a natural sweetener in baking and cooking.
  3. Brown sugar: Brown sugar is the combination of molasses and white sugar. It has a softer texture and a molasses-like flavour.
  4. Coconut sugar: Made from the sap of the palm tree. It has a caramel-like flavour and you can add 50% of Coconut sugar and white sugar.
  5. Stevia: Made from the leaves of the stevia plant also called a Plant-based sweetener. It is much sweeter than sugar and is often used in small amounts to sweeten drinks and baked goods.
  6. Agave nectar: Made from the agave plant it is also a plant-based sweetener. It has a mild, sweet flavour and is often used as a natural sweetener in drinks and baking.
  7. Honey: Bees cultivate honey from flowers and we harvest. You can use it for baking and as a natural sweetener for drinks.

How to limit sugar intake?

Become more health conscious, feed your brain with knowledge then replace it with an alternative. This applies to any change you wanted to make in your life.

To limit your sugar intake, you can try the 3 following strategies :
  • Read labels: You should pay attention to the sugar content of the foods and drinks you consume. Aim to limit your intake of added sugars look at the percentage.
  • Choose healthier sources of sweetness: You can limit sugary foods and drinks like (soda and preserved juice). Swap with healthier sources of sweetness, such as fresh fruit. Tip: Try water or unsweetened beverages if you have cravings.
  • Eat a balanced diet: You must have nutritional balance in your diet. Since fruits and vegetables are rich in fiber and lean proteins. I recommend you take more of fruits and vegetable which help you maintain free bowl movement. This will help you feel fuller and more satisfied, which may help you to reduce your sugar intake.

If you have read this far, then you are looking for a change, I will help you. You can go to Amazon and buy it yourself. Use the direct link I have mentioned below. Shop from your nearest retail shop then start with any alternative that is best for you.

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