One of the best ways to cut out sugar is by being prudent with food labels. Most people don't pay attention to them; if anything, they're just a minor nuisance. However, food labels exist for an important reason: they alert consumers to the contents of food products, which may not always be healthy. It can be surprisingly easy to read food labels: just scan the back of the product to see how much sugar a certain product contains. You'll also see how much that product accounts for your daily sugar allowance (assuming you're a healthy adult) along with other vital aspects.
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