Salt. Everyone would benefit from a reduction in salt intake; it is mandatory for those with high blood pressure or a tendency to retain fluid in their bodies.
Coffee and Tea. The nutritional value is negligible, so consume them sparingly and only with meals. Do not sweeten them with sugar. An artificial sweetener can be used frugally for these beverages (if you’ll be miserable otherwise), but try to avoid using them to sweeten other foods.
Contrary to what many believe, there is no such thing as a “healthy” sugar. Brown sugar, raw sugar, turbinado, confectioner’s sugar, and all such products are little better from a nutritional point of view than white table sugar, although some of them are extravagantly priced. They are all essentially the same sucrose.
Substituting honey for table sugar can also present problems, but does hold certain advantages. Since honey is twice as sweet as sugar, you are likely to use smaller quantities. Also, the principal sweetening sugar in honey is fructose, which does not need as much insulin to be metabolized as the sucrose found in other sugars and is therefore preferable.
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