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Here’s What Happens When You Stop Eating Sugar

Avoiding processed sugar is a challenge to daily life, but for some adults, stopping sugar is something that has to occur because of health reasons. Sugar consumption can have long-term effects on your health, and sugar is associated with some conditions in multiple ways. For starters, consuming sugar in large amounts can lead to a strong addiction to sugar.

Generally speaking, many people get addicted to sugar because their diet is loaded with processed sugar. The standard American diet typically well exceeds the recommended daily amount, and some sources suggest that many adults consume, on average, a cup of sugar per day. Eating too much sugar can have a significant effect on your body and your health. Listed below, are some aspects of health that you should expect to improve on when giving up sugar in your diet.


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