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10 Secret Words for Sugar


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10 Secret Words for Sugar

10 Secret Words for Sugar

Let’s face it, food marketers are smart! By now you’ve probably heard that sugar is responsible for making you fat, and too much sugar leads to preventable diseases caused from constant low-level inflammation throughout the body. When you see the word “sugar” listed as one of the main ingredients in an item, you may take pause before deciding whether to purchase that item. Food marketers know this and have become extremely crafty in their tactics.

(Read more on the health dangers of low-level inflammation here)

There are numerous names for sugar, and not all sugar is created equal. Some are more detrimental to health than others, specifically those sugars that are refined. Any nutritional value that may have been present has been stripped.

Here is a listing of my top 10 sugar synonyms to avoid.

 

10 Sugar Synonyms to Avoid:

  1. High Fructose Corn Syrup
  2. Corn Sugar
  3. Sucrose
  4. Dextrose
  5. Dehydrated Cane Juice
  6. Evaporated Cane Juice
  7. Sugar in the Raw
  8. Cane Juice
  9. Confectioners Sugar
  10. Brown Sugar

 

On the other hand, there are  some sugars that, while in very low doses, are less harmful. You can read about my 5 Healthier Sugar options here.

 

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  • How to crowd out the unhealthy food with healthy replacements
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Janelle is a Certified Health Coach helping women get nourished from the inside out with food and wellness tips that work. Janelle is based north of Boston but helps clients nationwide via phone, skype, and online programs. Janelle helps busy women restore health naturally for increased mental clarity, improved sleep, better digestion, management of autoimmune issues and natural weight loss. Janelle graduated from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York City and teaches Nutrition courses at the New Hampshire Institute for Therapeutic Arts. Her education and experience has equipped her with extensive knowledge in holistic nutrition, health coaching, and preventive health. Her signature Nourish 21 online program is a crash course in nutrition that helps folks navigate through all of the contradictory nutritional information available while teaching the overlapping truths. To learn more about her work and her available programs please visit www.perfectlynourished.com.

 

 

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