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It’s Time to Quit Sugar?

May 16, 2020 2 min read


It’s Time to Quit Sugar

If you’re wondering what a transition from a diet high in sugar to a clean eating plan might just do for your body, then take a look at this very article. We’ve put together a few basic reasons on why you should quit sugar from your diet and start focusing on clean eating.

What are some reasons you should quit sugar?

Sugar is a food that has zero nutritional value for your body; it’s what we call an ‘empty calorie food’. Sugar is well-disguised in a lot of pre-packaged and convenience foods, and you can pretty much bet that you are consuming some form of sugar if you are not eating 100% whole foods.

Whole foods include fresh fruits and vegetables, grains, legumes and brown rice and pasta, among others.

The recommended dose of sugar per day for females is no more than six teaspoons, and nine teaspoons for men. When you think that some bubbly soft drinks contain 11 spoons of sugar in just one can, it’s simple to see just how easy it is to exceed this daily recommendation.

What are some of the side effects of excess sugar intake?

We’ll keep this simple;

  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Obesity
  • Type 2 diabetes
  • Inflammation
  • Some forms of cancer

Some people find that by quitting sugar from their diet, they also experience less headaches, an increase of energy, stop their cravings for sugar, lose weight (obviously), save on the hip pocket (sugary snacks are usually quite expensive), and turn their attention onto eating healthier foods.

When you quit sugar, your body tends to crave healthier wholesome foods. These foods help you to feel full for longer and contain much more nutrition than sugary snacks and pre-packed convenience mid-meal appetisers.

Another benefit of quitting sugar is the emphasis on being more creative in the kitchen. When you don’t have sugar to rely on, you need to look for more wholesome ways of adding some flavour to your dishes. Freshly made apple sauce is a great substitute for sugar in some cooking and baking. You could also use sweet fruits like figs and dates to give off a bit of sugary flavour in your healthy baking.

Check out this healthy caramel slice recipe we sourced off The Healthy Mummy. This recipe is a great example of how you can enjoy your treats while still focusing on healthy eating. It features unrefined sweeteners, healthy fats, has a high level of protein and tastes great!

For a mid-meal beverage that will offer a little break from water, try our Bondi Beach Tea Co. natural blends of herbal goodness. Our teas are sugar-free and have plenty of variety available to suit your needs and lifestyle.


Quitting sugar promotes a better overall experience with real food, cleaner eating, cleaner thinking, and offers a boost for exercise due to the overall feeling of a heathy wellbeing and outlook. So, instead of grabbing for sugary snacks with an abundance of refined sugars, quit sugar, go natural and unrefined for better health and vitality.

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