Are you trying to cut down on the amount you read about cutting down on sugar? Here are five ways to beat your craving:
1. Clear out all sugar articles from your house
Start strong. Do a clean sweep of any newspapers or magazines that may contain sugar articles and throw them out - they'll only tempt you.
2. Beware of hidden sugar articles
You might think that a 'New Year, New You' piece in a Sunday magazine will mainly focus on getting fit and doing your own juicing - but look again and it's likely to contain something about cutting out sugar.
3. Eliminate sugar articles gradually from your diet
Do you read the health section of a newspaper every day? Try cutting it down to once a week. And if you consume weekly or monthly women's magazines, limit yourself to reading them only when you're at the hairdressers or in a doctor's waiting room. (Warning: doctors' waiting rooms may also carry literature about cutting out sugar.)
4. Remember: not all 'cut out sugar' articles are equal
5. Look at the packaging
Does the article contain a picture of a woman looking mournfully at a plate of biscuits? A photograph of a pile of sugar? Be vigilant, and you'll beat your cravings to read it.