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9 Natural Substitutes for Sugar 9 Natural Substitutes for Sugar

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Added sugar is one of the most controversial ingredients in the modern diet.

It has been associated with many serious diseases, including obesity, heart disease, diabetes, and cancer.

Part of the problem is that most people consume way too much sugar without knowing it.

Fortunately, there are many ways to sweeten foods without adding sugar.

This article explores 9 research-backed healthy alternatives you can use instead.

Evidence suggests that those who follow diets high in added sugar are more likely to develop obesity (1Trusted Source).

Sugar can interfere with hormones in your body that regulate hunger and satiety, leading to increased calorie intake and weight gain (2Trusted Source).

Excessive sugar consumption can also harm your metabolism, which can lead to increased insulin and fat storage (3Trusted Source).

High sugar intake is associated with poor oral health and some of the most deadly diseases, including heart disease, diabetes, and cancer (4Trusted Source5Trusted Source6Trusted Source7Trusted Source).

In addition to causing health problems, sugar is addictive. It causes dopamine to be released in the reward center of the brain, which is the same response activated by addictive drugs.

This leads to cravings and can drive overeating, especially in stressed individuals (8Trusted Source).

Consider the following alternatives to satisfy your sweet tooth.

READ FULL https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/natural-sugar-substitutes#Why-eating-too-much-sugar-is-bad-for-you

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