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Do you know how much sugar you should be cutting from your diet for better health?

Sugar in Food – How Much Sugar Should You Eat? Download Your Free Copy Right Now.

Do you want to know how much you need to limit your intake of sugar each day, for your better health? How to eat right by knowing – with candid and reliable information – the types of beverages you should avoid or limit each day, so you are empowered to improve your overall health?

For years, researchers have found a higher risk of type 2 diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, high triglycerides, gout, and weight gain in people who consume more sugar-sweetened beverages. Now a flurry of new studies suggests that our out-of-control sweet tooth is connected to our out-of-control belly fat. And it’s that kind of fat that may cripple the body’s ability to use insulin, setting the stage for diabetes and heart disease. 

Do you ever ask yourself “What sugars should I avoid?” Or “How can I choose a healthier diet?” Well, now you can have the latest life-saving information about the foods you eat, because’s scientists and nutritionists tell you exactly what should avoid – and what you don’t need to worry about – with sugar in food.

Download your free copy of Sugar in Food: How Much Sugar Should You Eat?, without cost or obligation, by clicking here now.

Dear health-conscious consumer,

Scientific research has proven the relationship between sugary diet and disease. Regularly eat food that’s full of beneficial nutrients and low in sugar, and you can improve your health. But, you may now be unwittingly increasing your chances of suffering a debilitating and life-shortening illness. You can protect yourself against those diseases – and sometimes even cure yourself of them!

That’s exactly why you should learn what is best to eat. Discover some important “Sugar Facts” in Sugar in Food: How Much Sugar Should You Eat?.

This special free health advice has been compiled especially for you by our expert staff of scientists and nutritionists, so limiting added sugars and learning what foods you don’t need to worry about is easy. Your free copy of Sugar in Food: How Much Sugar Should You Eat? includes:

  • Fruit, milk and plain yogurt all have naturally occurring sugars in them but should they be avoided? Find out for yourself when you download this free advice.
  • High-fructose corn syrup 55 (HFCS) intake should be limited. What about honey and brown rice syrup?
  • What is the formula to figure out the grams to calorie ratio for sugar when you are looking at a food label?
  • Is the recommended limit of sugar each day the same for everyone? Or does it differ between men and women?
  • How many cups of fruit juice should you have each day?

Download this free health advice right now, so you can incorporate it into your daily menu, because this advice will help you stay focused on your sugar intake – day in and day out – so you eat the best foods for your health.

Finally, you should learn all about the bottom line sugar facts, because Sugar in Food: How Much Sugar Should You Eat will give you a quick checklist of recommendation about the sugar in your diet. You’ll discover exactly how much you should limit yourself to each day.

Act now to get your free health advice about how much sugar you should eat.

We will send you a link to download your free health advice about sugar and notify you by email when we post the latest and best tips and advice for eating healthfully and living longer. There is absolutely no cost and no obligation, and you can cancel at any time without a hassle.

To your health,

The Team at Nutrition Action ©

P.S. If you’re still uncertain about downloading this valuable advice, please consider this: if you eat the wrong foods, you can get sick and spend lots of money on medicines and doctor bills. If you eat food that’s best for you, you’re in a better position to ensure your continued good health – even ward off debilitating diet-related diseases. Download your free copy of Sugar in Food: How Much Sugar Should You Eat right now!

Add Your Comments


  1. Marilyn
    Posted November 25, 2013 at 12:25 pm | Permalink

    Why do I get “This type of file can harm your computer. Do you want to download the pdf anyway? ” How dangerous is it to download these links?

    • pedroa
      Posted December 27, 2013 at 11:40 am | Permalink

      Marylin that warning is just your computer’s default protection.

  2. Anthony
    Posted April 18, 2014 at 11:43 am | Permalink

    100% agree. We are already loyal subscribers. While you’re at it, please remove the pop-ups when we link to the website from the daily email. All you do with that pop-up is that we will eventually start deleting your emails and not click thru. I’m sure that’s not your intention.
    Don’t make this so hard.

  3. peterm39
    Posted July 11, 2014 at 9:10 pm | Permalink

    Are both glucose and fructose bad?

  4. Barbara
    Posted July 12, 2014 at 12:03 pm | Permalink

    Why the distinction/breakdown between fructose and glucose? I’m assuming fructose may be better for you than glucose (gleaned from other websites), but they should spell it out here.

    • Mathew
      Posted October 7, 2014 at 9:12 am | Permalink

      Glucose is the sugar your body needs to live. Fructose, on the other hand, is poisonous, and processed like alcohol.

      I recommend Dr Robert Lustig’s video lecture:

      • Bryan
        Posted February 3, 2016 at 9:07 pm | Permalink

        We know more than we knew in 2009, when Dr. Lustig recorded his excellent lecture, but not as much as we will know in 2023. Fructose isn’t poison. Refined, purified fructose is something you wish to avoid. You don’t want table sugar, HFCS or agave. But eating an apple, the sweetness of which is entirely attributable to fructose, is fine. Eat apples. Don’t drink apple juice.

  5. alicea6
    Posted July 22, 2014 at 9:11 pm | Permalink

    Does honey make you fat?

  6. elzbietab
    Posted February 1, 2015 at 6:46 pm | Permalink

    Fructose is also naturally occurring sugar in the fruit. Fruits are very important source of nutrients.When we do not consume a lot corn syrup , other syrups ,sweetened beverages we are OK.

  7. ruthy2
    Posted July 9, 2015 at 1:25 pm | Permalink

    What I’m looking for an answer to is How many grams of sugar are in a teaspoon. I’m diabetic and have to watch the sugar content of foods.

    • David
      Posted July 13, 2015 at 1:38 pm | Permalink

      From Nutrition Action Healthletter: A teaspoon of sugar contains four grams, about 16 calories.

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