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There are countless ways to improve one’s health, but using natural sugar substitutions is one small way that is easy to start.
In the U.S., the average American consumes 170 pounds of sugar per year, compared to only 10 pounds per year 200 years ago (J. Rubin, Maker’s Diet, pg. 136). Everyone I know admits his or her need to cut back on sugar. One easy way is to use honey or maple syrup wherever you would use spoons of sugar daily-in coffee, tea, on toast or bagels (instead of jam), in oatmeal, etc. Without going into the studies, in general, popular artificial sweeteners are worse for you than white sugar and linked to numerous health hazards, so avoid them completely.
Honey is an easy substitution over white sugar in many cooking recipes, especially sauces such as spaghetti sauces, BBQ sauce, meat glazes, etc.
Granted, not everyone I know is willing to eliminate completely from their diet our main source of sugar–desserts or bakery items. However, one easy way to start cutting back on desserts is to Immerse Yourself in the Full Healing Contemplation Here »
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