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What Helped You Eat A Lower-Added-Sugar Diet?

Because it's not easy stuff to cut down on.

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So trying to limit your intake of added sugar can be really rough when you're first starting out.

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(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.)


So we want to know: What things really made the difference in helping you maintain a lower-added-sugar diet?

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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.

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