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Skinny on Sugar Substitutes

Americans are becoming increasingly aware of how much sugar they are consuming. In a recent poll, over half of those surveyed said they were actively trying to limit the amount sugar in their diets. Excessive intake of added sugars is associated with poor diet quality, obesity, type 2 diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. The 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend that no more than 10 percent of daily calories should come from added sugar. For the average person, that translates to less than 12 teaspoons of sugar per day.

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Heart HealthOrganicLow Cholesterol KTBH

2017

July – Skinny on Sugar Substitutes

June – Reducing Food Waste

May – Healthy Grilling 101

April – Building Budget Friendly Meals

March – Put Your Best Fork Forward

February – Kids Heart Health

January – Realistic Resolutions

2016

December – Three Top 2016 Trends in Review

November – Whole Grains for the Holidays

October – Gluten Free Baking

September – Fruits and Veggies 101

August – Back-To-School Breakfast

July – Savvy Summer Snacks

June – Men’s Health

May – Cooking with Kids

April – Women’s Health

March – Guide to a Vegan/Vegetarian Diet

February – Heart Health

January – Goal Setting for the New Year

2015

December – Blood Pressure and the DASH Diet

November – Eat, Drink and Be Merry!

October – Diabetes Superfoods

September – Taking Lessons from the Blue Zones

August – Reclaim the Dinner Table: Meal Planning Strategies

July – Back to School Back to Sports: Fuel for Young Athletes

June – Dashboard Dining: Eating healthy on the road

May – Going organic – Is it worth the cost?

April – Living paleo & grain free – Is it right for you?

March – Eat clean, feel great!

February – Smart swaps for losing pounds!

January – New year, new you!

2014

January – Make every calorie count for health body weight

February – Change your shopping list, improve your heart health

March – Spring is a great time for a pantry makeover

April – On the go? When it comes to dinner, there’s no time for slow!

May – May is National High Blood Pressure Education Month

June – A Guide To Eating Clean

July – Back To School

August – There’s a Whole Lot to Like About Whole Grains

September – Longevity Starts With Super Foods

October – Balanced, Healthy Diet is “Key” to Managing Diabetes

November – Be Aware of the Possibility of Allergies in Kids

December – Give stress a back seat this holiday season

2013

January  – New Year – Fresh Start

February – Listen to your heart

March – Spring into a new you

April – Balancing your health on a budget

May – Say low to sodium

June – A rainbow of natural goodness

July – Grillin’ summer fun

August – Back to school – Avoiding breakfast time dilemmas

September – Back to school – Avoiding lunch time dilemmas

October – Ingredient sensitivity

November – A balanced, healthy diet is the “key” to managing diabetes

December – Have a strategy for managing the temptations of holiday parties

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Skinny on Sugar Substitutes

Americans are becoming increasingly aware of how much sugar they are consuming. In a recent poll, over half of those surveyed said they were actively trying to limit the amount sugar in their diets. Excessive intake of added sugars is associated with poor diet quality, obesity, type 2 diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. The 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend that no more than 10 percent of daily calories should come from added sugar. For the average person, that translates to less than 12 teaspoons of sugar per day.

Click here to read more!

Heart HealthOrganicLow Cholesterol KTBH

2017

July – Skinny on Sugar Substitutes

June – Reducing Food Waste

May – Healthy Grilling 101

April – Building Budget Friendly Meals

March – Put Your Best Fork Forward

February – Kids Heart Health

January – Realistic Resolutions

2016

December – Three Top 2016 Trends in Review

November – Whole Grains for the Holidays

October – Gluten Free Baking

September – Fruits and Veggies 101

August – Back-To-School Breakfast

July – Savvy Summer Snacks

June – Men’s Health

May – Cooking with Kids

April – Women’s Health

March – Guide to a Vegan/Vegetarian Diet

February – Heart Health

January – Goal Setting for the New Year

2015

December – Blood Pressure and the DASH Diet

November – Eat, Drink and Be Merry!

October – Diabetes Superfoods

September – Taking Lessons from the Blue Zones

August – Reclaim the Dinner Table: Meal Planning Strategies

July – Back to School Back to Sports: Fuel for Young Athletes

June – Dashboard Dining: Eating healthy on the road

May – Going organic – Is it worth the cost?

April – Living paleo & grain free – Is it right for you?

March – Eat clean, feel great!

February – Smart swaps for losing pounds!

January – New year, new you!

2014

January – Make every calorie count for health body weight

February – Change your shopping list, improve your heart health

March – Spring is a great time for a pantry makeover

April – On the go? When it comes to dinner, there’s no time for slow!

May – May is National High Blood Pressure Education Month

June – A Guide To Eating Clean

July – Back To School

August – There’s a Whole Lot to Like About Whole Grains

September – Longevity Starts With Super Foods

October – Balanced, Healthy Diet is “Key” to Managing Diabetes

November – Be Aware of the Possibility of Allergies in Kids

December – Give stress a back seat this holiday season

2013

January  – New Year – Fresh Start

February – Listen to your heart

March – Spring into a new you

April – Balancing your health on a budget

May – Say low to sodium

June – A rainbow of natural goodness

July – Grillin’ summer fun

August – Back to school – Avoiding breakfast time dilemmas

September – Back to school – Avoiding lunch time dilemmas

October – Ingredient sensitivity

November – A balanced, healthy diet is the “key” to managing diabetes

December – Have a strategy for managing the temptations of holiday parties

Please be sure check back next month for our newest article!

Your feedback matters!

Let us know what you think about this month’s content – connect with us on Facebook or Twitter. We look forward to hearing from you!