No Processed/Refined Sugar diet

The white sugar we know and love doesn’t come that way in nature.

Most sugars we use start out as whole plants like beet, sugar cane and corn. Sugars from plants must be extracted, processed and refined to make sweeteners like table sugar, brown sugar, powdered sugar and corn syrup. These products are called processed or refined sugars.

Though convenient, refined sugars are usually have higher concentrations of calories, and higher glycemic indexes and loads.

Studies suggest they are associated with conditions such as obesity and diabetes.

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About This Diet

In addition to table sugar, most sugars that we consume are processed. These include white sugar, brown sugar, cane sugar, powdered sugar and corn syrup to name a few.

Remember that many foods contain processed and refined sugars to sweeten them, so look on ingredient labels for any of these sugars.

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