What parent doesn’t dread the sugar-infused mayhem that follows an Easter egg hunt? Well never fear the bunny and his basket of goodies; we’ve got ten tried and true ways to prevent those candy-filled temper tantrums and the irritable blood sugar crashes that inevitably put an end to an otherwise enjoyable family holiday.
We look into the warning signs of eating too many sugary foods into your mouth, as well as the negative side effects, symptoms of withdrawal, and some sweet alternatives to use instead of sugar.
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Americans consume an average of 350-calories per day in sugars, and that eating high levels of refined sugar can negatively impact your health (and lead to diabetes). You can still enjoy a sweet treat that contains natural sugars – and here are six “good” sugar sources to turn to the next time you have a craving.
You might be surprised to learn that maple syrup actually has more uses and nutritional benefits than something that’s just flavored sugar (basically, corn syrup and a bunch of other bad stuff). We look into some sweet facts and uses for this tasty Canadian treat.
Put down that candy and listen up as Tyler from ActiveBeat examines the popular sugar substitute, stevia. Tyler will run you through the pros and cons of the highly refined, plant-based, food additive that’s been used as a source of sweet stuff for more than 1500 years in South America. Stevia is recently gaining a lot […]
Before reaching for the white stuff to satisfy your sweet tooth, here are 9 satisfying sugar substitutes that are much healthier!