sugar addiction

It's time to pull on our big boy/girl pants and admit the truth - sugar addiction is not the reason we're overweight or unhealthy, WE ARE THE REASON. There, I've said it and while I know it's not what you want to read, it's time we stopped pussyfooting around with excuses to make ourselves feel better.
Less is...just as good. This one is the biggie: You can reduce the sugar content of most recipes by up to one third without
Nestlé has announced a new discovery that means they could cut the amount of sugar in their chocolate bars by up to 40%, without
German scientists have discovered that your brain is actively taking in sugar, rather than passively absorbing it, as previously
Sugar addiction is no laughing matter: extensive research has shown sugar is as addictive as cocaine and cigarettes, and
If you have a relentless sweet tooth, next time you're hit with a craving, stop and take stock of what exactly is going on at that present moment. Accept that 'yes I really want chocolate right now' but ask yourself why. There's always something else driving the desire for a sugar fix - especially if the desire is sudden, strong and all-consuming.
I'm what waiters, dinner party hosts and anyone who can't mind their own business might call a dietetic pain in the ass. In the last few years, I've become a prolific giver-upper of things, which can sort of make me difficult to cater for. It does not however, make me difficult to be around.