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12 Things That Happen When You Stop Eating Sugar

The sugar statistics in the U.S. are pretty dreary. They say the typical American eats 6 cups of sugar every week. That’s 152 pounds of sugar in a year! Why are we eating so much sugar?

First of all, it’s everywhere. As the most popular food additive in processed foods added sugar is hard to avoid. Secondly, it’s highly addictive. Most of us are addicted to sugar, whether we realize it or not. Here are just a few high-sugar foods to avoid:

  • High fructose corn syrup

  • Soft drinks and energy drinks

  • Some brands of cereal and granola bars

  • Barbecue sauce and other popular store-bought sauces

  • Pre-packaged cookies, crackers, and snack cakes

  • and much more!

Eliminating sugar in your diet is a difficult task, but it can be done, and the rewards are many! Let’s take a look at 12 things that happen when you stop eating sugar.

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