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The 9 Ways Your Body Can Change When You Eat Less Added Sugar

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"Added sugar, on the other hand, is processed quickly by the body. Making it more confusing, added sugar likes to “hide” on nutrition labels (an FDA change would have had “added sugars” listed separately, but these changes have been postponed). For now, look for ingredients such as corn syrup, brown sugar, fruit juice concentrates, honey, molasses, agave, and anything ending in “ose”—like dextrose, fructose, glucose, lactose, maltose, or sucrose. Once you can identify sugar and cut foods that contain it from your diet, here are some of the positive (and even lifesaving) ways your body may benefit..."

The 9 Ways Your Body Can Change When You Eat Less Added Sugar, BY TINA DONVITO, Healthy Nation, Food

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