It's almost New Year's. You might be thinking about your New Year's Resolution. Maybe you want to eat healthier and cut back or avoid added sugar. I think that is a great idea any time of year and is a healthy New Year’s Resolution. That said, even dietitians, like myself, can find it difficult to avoid added sugar entirely. In this post, I'll discuss things to consider before tackling this resolution. But, first, let's review forms of added sugar. Words For Added Sugar Honey and maple syrup are added sugars, too. You probably know corn syrup and high fructose corn syrup are added sugars, but don’t forget dextrose, glucose, sucrose, maltose, lactose, mannose, trehalose, and galactose. Added sugar also includes natural products like evaporated cane juice, molasses, honey, maple syrup, and agave nectar because they are forms of sugar that have been added to the product.
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Want to know more about me? You're in luck. I was tagged in "The Christmas Tag" where bloggers answer questions about their Christmas experience. Sylvia at ParentingDiabetes tagged me. Don't forget to check out her site for recipes and tips for living with diabetes. What’s your favorite Christmas Movie? Maybe "A Charlie Brown Christmas," because that's what my family watched a lot growing up. Also, these aren't movies, but I really like watching "Doctor Who" Christmas specials. One year, they made one like "A Christmas Carol." I wonder what they'll do today.
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