Play Video

Episode 7 Reduce sugar and saturated fats intake and alcohol intake

Again, we’re taking things slow, however, the sooner you start and the more you reduce, obviously you’ll see quicker results.

Reduce sugar intake and do this steadily but gradually. Off course, do it radically would be best but most people can’t handle this and remember, we’re thinking about the long run, It’s like running a full marathon, although you know you can run a lot faster, you start with a steady pace because you know you still have a long way to go. As we said in the previous episode, we want to live as long and as health as possible.

On our website you’ll find a couple of tips and tricks how to reduce your sugar intake

Same count for saturated fats, stay away from anything that is fried, processed foods.


Sugar according to the FDA

Sugars: No daily reference value has been established for sugars because no recommendations have been made for the total amount to eat in a day. Keep in mind, the sugars listed on the Nutrition Facts label include naturally occurring sugars (like those in fruit and milk) as well as those added to a food or drink. Check the ingredient list for specifics on added sugars.
Take a look at the Nutrition Facts label for the two yogurt examples. The plain yogurt on the left has 10g of sugars, while the fruit yogurt on the right has 44g of sugars in one serving.
Now look below at the ingredient lists for the two yogurts. Ingredients are listed in descending order of weight (from most to least). Note that no added sugars or sweeteners are in the list of ingredients for the plain yogurt, yet 10g of sugars were listed on the Nutrition Facts label. This is because there are no added sugars in plain yogurt, only naturally occurring sugars (lactose in the milk).
Plain Yogurt – contains no added sugars
Fruit Yogurt – contains added sugars

If you are concerned about your intake of sugars, make sure that added sugars are not listed as one of the first few ingredients. Other names for added sugars include: corn syrup, high-fructose corn syrup, fruit juice concentrate, maltose, dextrose, sucrose, honey, and maple syrup.