Sugar is often called the "white death" and not by chance. The studies regarding the harm from the tiny crystals are countless. But how much sugar is really the upper limit and is it possible to eliminate it completely from our menu
A group of specialists conducted a series of studies and found that sugar should not be abused. However, 6 teaspoons per day is considered an acceptable norm.
However, if you don't want to risk it, and at the same time you're craving something sweet, here's how you can replace sugar.
You can also switch to natural substitutes which are much more beneficial and safer.
For example, you can use honey, which has many vitamins and also anti-inflammatory and antiviral properties. It is only important to remember that it cannot be added to too hot drinks, otherwise it loses all its beneficial properties.
You can also eat dried fruits such as apricots, prunes, figs, dates, raisins - all these sweet delights will perfectly replace white sugar.