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If your goal is to reduce sugar in your diet, an obvious place to start is by limiting your consumption of regular soda, candy and other high-sugar items. But chances are you're still consuming more added sugar than you realize.
To reduce sugar in your diet, an obvious place to start is by limiting your consumption of regular soda, as well as the addition of the spoonful of sugar into your morning cereal. But what if you're already making strides in reducing the obvious high-sugar items? Chances are you're still consuming more added sugar than you realize from some everyday foods.
Here are some tips to help you reduce your sugar intake:
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