Sugar is a must-use ingredient in Chocolate. (duh)
Everything has sugar, even if it's super healthy, Apples have sugar. Natural sugar. Natural sugar is in a lot of things. It isn't unhealthy, because Apples are healthy. Just don't eat a lot of any kind of sugar, though.
A lot of people love sugar. And a lot of people don't know that sugar can really harm you. And a lot of people don't know that they're eating sugar in their favourite snack.
The picture you see here is a close-up of raw sugar. This is what you eat every day.
Although ordinary sugar is stated to be bad for you. You should still at least eat some foods that contain it. If you eat unhealthy foods in moderation, they can't be unhealthy anymore.
" Eating too much sugar causes a barrage of symptoms known as classic metabolic syndrome. These include weight gain, abdominal obesity, decreased HDL and increased LDL, elevated blood sugar, elevated triglycerides, and high blood pressure. It increases your uric acid levels." -Dr Mercola
Although Doughnuts might taste nice and be like every other unhealthy food ever, they actually have a lot less sugar. There are 27 g to be exact. If you compare it to a chocolate bar. They are 78 g. So, even though the sugar is very visible in a doughnut, there's not as much as a chocolate bar.
That doesn't mean that you should eat doughnuts your whole life, though. A can of coke is only 11 g
Sugar is loved by millions, and people would never want to ditch sugar.
But, although sugar is very tasty. There are thousands of illnesses cause by it.
And they are very deadly.
An apple has more sugar than a McDonald's Apple Dippers, but only by 1 g.
No need to worry, though. There are foods with barely any sugar in them, such as;
- Apple (even though I said that they had 10 g, they are still pretty healthy.)
- Peanut Butter (surprisingly)
- Tossed salad
- Homemade salad dressing
- Grilled Salmon
- Air popped popcorn
By now, you've probably learned that you can eat sugar, but not tons, because there are the bad things about eating sugar.
Then again, there's the brilliant things.