Community·Posted on Nov 28, 2017What Helped You Eat A Lower-Added-Sugar Diet?Because it's not easy stuff to cut down on.by Shannon RosenbergBuzzFeed News ReporterFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Sugar is definitely DELICIOUS. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Universal Pictures / Via tenor.com No doubt about that, obviously. So trying to limit your intake of added sugar can be really rough when you're first starting out. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF FOX / Via giphy.com (Added sugar just means sugar that's added to food during manufacturing or processing. So, like, not the naturally occurring sugar in fruit and dairy.) That's why we want to know your tips and tricks for making eating less added sugar a whole lot easier. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Netflix / Via avocadoave.tumblr.com Maybe you experimented with some delicious lower-sugar recipes and started making most of your own meals, desserts, and snacks. Disney / Via giphy.com Maybe you learned more about how eating specific amounts of sugar affects your body. Nickelodeon / Via tenor.com And that gave you enough context to make some small changes here and there. Or maybe you started scheduling most of your sugar-heavy snacks before or after your workouts. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Cartoon Network / Via laughinggif.com Perhaps you started by looking at everything you eat in a day and determined which sugar-packed things you could live without. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF NBC / Via wifflegif.com Or you committed to reading nutrition labels and understanding just how much sugar is in your favorite foods. Cartoon Network / Via tenor.com And you found that if you ate more protein- and fat-heavy meals, you missed sugar less. Jenny Chang / Via buzzfeed.com So we want to know: What things really made the difference in helping you maintain a lower-added-sugar diet? FOX / Via everybodylovesbobbyhill.tumblr.com We're looking for things that made eating less added sugar a little bit easier on you, whether it's something you learned through trial and error or something you tried because of advice from a registered dietitian, doctor, family member, etc. Tell us in the form below and your answer could appear in an upcoming BuzzFeed Health post or video.