Managing Sugar Cravings
A 2015 Public Health England report found that the average UK adult consumes 58.8g of added sugar per day from a variety of sources when the recommended maximum amount is 30g per day.
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Unfortunately excess sugar consumption can lead to health issues including weight gain, Type 2 diabetes, acne and tooth decay. Added to that, many of us experience cravings during the day to help us manage negative feelings such as low energy, boredom and sadness, which find us turning towards sweet treats such as chocolate, biscuits and fizzy drinks. These foods can be high in sugar, giving you an immediate high but leading to an energy crash later on in the day (in addition to the negative health effects).
In this session, you will understand the negative health effects of excess consumption of some of our favourite foods; learn practical ways to reduce your cravings and sugar consumption; identify hidden sources of sugar in your diet and find out about healthier snack options.
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