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Easy Sugar Free Recipes: Delicious and Healthy Sugar Free Recipes for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and More (The Easy Recipe)

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Sugar is the number one culprit of obesity and cavities. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Americans consume a whopping annual amount of 156 pounds of sugar per capita. Sugar turns into fat or into energy when your body breaks down the sucrose molecule. And because it makes your food taste so yummy, you're tempted to eat too much. Right next to the t Sugar is the number one culprit of obesity and cavities. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Americans consume a whopping annual amount of 156 pounds of sugar per capita. Sugar turns into fat or into energy when your body breaks down the sucrose molecule. And because it makes your food taste so yummy, you're tempted to eat too much. Right next to the trans fats and sodium you’re always warned about, sugar is right up there as a substance that is bad for your heart. Studies have shown that a high glycemic level is associated with increased risk of heart disease. Cutting off sugar from your diet will help you keep your weight in line. Sugar has plenty of calories, but no vitamins, minerals or fiber. In This Book You'll Find: -Sugar Free French Toast Casserole -Berry Burst Sorbet -No Sugar Cookies -Jicama Appetizer -Asian Pasta -And Much, Much More...


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Sugar is the number one culprit of obesity and cavities. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Americans consume a whopping annual amount of 156 pounds of sugar per capita. Sugar turns into fat or into energy when your body breaks down the sucrose molecule. And because it makes your food taste so yummy, you're tempted to eat too much. Right next to the t Sugar is the number one culprit of obesity and cavities. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Americans consume a whopping annual amount of 156 pounds of sugar per capita. Sugar turns into fat or into energy when your body breaks down the sucrose molecule. And because it makes your food taste so yummy, you're tempted to eat too much. Right next to the trans fats and sodium you’re always warned about, sugar is right up there as a substance that is bad for your heart. Studies have shown that a high glycemic level is associated with increased risk of heart disease. Cutting off sugar from your diet will help you keep your weight in line. Sugar has plenty of calories, but no vitamins, minerals or fiber. In This Book You'll Find: -Sugar Free French Toast Casserole -Berry Burst Sorbet -No Sugar Cookies -Jicama Appetizer -Asian Pasta -And Much, Much More...

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