Refined sugar consumption is at an all-time high. It is almost impossible to avoid with sugar being added to most foods from soda to tomato sauce and even crackers. What are the health costs of consuming a highly refined sugar diet? How can you take steps to decrease refined sugar intake? Check out my infographic today for answers to these questions. Enjoy!
Today I’d like to talk about the implications of high-fat dairy on cardiovascular health compared to low-fat intake.
Today, I am going to discuss one reason why full-fat dairy products may be better than low-fat dairy products. I am going to focus on the aspect of sugar content, inflammation, and type 2 diabetes in this post, but will focus on other aspects, such as cardiovascular disease and cancer, in my next posts!
The new U.S. dietary guidelines have been released, and though the formatting looks different than previous guidelines, not much has changed. The guidelines propose ways to eat healthier, but don't mention specific food groups such as sugar-sweetened beverages and meat due to the financial clout of these organizations. However, I will consider the evidence and comment about what was outlined well and what should be made clearer.