I use a sugar substitute called erythritol which has no carbs, taste just like sugar and does not illicite an insulin response in the body.
But if you choose not to go down the Keto route like I did then it's 6 teaspoons per day for women and 9 teaspoons a day for men.
I hope you have fun experimenting with discovering your ideal sugar intake… every body is different, and only you know your body best!
But I can tell from the sluggishness and mental fog if the sugar is also in excess
Not so bad is natural sugars but really these should be minimised too. Veg wins over fruit Heath wise by a mile for this reason.
Many Americans are eating sugars that don’t have GLUCOSE in them.
I do know that breast milk has the highest level of sugar than any other mammal’s milk.
- Do you stretch before or after exercising?
- Do I have to exercise 7 times a week?
- Do you feel more energetic after exercise?
- What’s your go to 8-minute exercise?
- How can I make my running habit more permanent?
- How can I really stick to an exercise habit?
- What exercise is best to do? I do different ones each day but I don’t know what I should stick with.
- Does it need to be the same exercise every day or can you mix it up a bit?
- What are good neck stretches?
- Do you switch it up every day or do you stick with one thing?