It's best to start by learning what items have sugar and how much. For example, a 32 oz Classic Coke from McDonald's has 104 grams of sugar or 26 teaspoons. Imagine yourself eating 26 teaspoons of sugar-most people couldn't do it. Figure out what items are your downfall and don't buy them because if they aren't in the house, you will be tempted to eat them. Find products that you like with sugar substitute and have them instead. Better yet, try fresh fruit because it has a natural sweetness. Have it available whenever you usually eat sugar. Find ways to divert your mind when having a craving. You could read, exercise or call a friend. If you do have sweets, have a cup of tea afterwards because it changes the taste in your mouth and you are less likely to eat more.
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