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You should limit your intake of sugary foods because...



  • Eating TOO much sugar causes diabetes.
  • Sugary foods are often high in fat and calories.
  • Sugary foods are often low in healthy nutrients and fiber.
  • Both B end c are correct.

Sorry, that’s incorrect.

The correct answer is D - because B and C are both true.

Before extensive research cleared up much of the confusion about diabetes, some people thought that eating too much sugar was what caused it. Today, we know that this is not true. Instead, the biggest role is played by genetics and your body’s ability to make and use insulin. However, experts recommend that everyone limit the amount of added sugar they take in each day for good health.

That’s half the answer!

The correct answer is D - because B and C are both true.

Many sugary sweets are high in fat and calories, and are low in nutrients and fiber. Experts recommend that all people - including those living with diabetes - limit the amount of added sugar they eat each day.

That’s half the answer!

The correct answer is D - because B and C are both true.

Most sugary sweets are low in healthy nutrients and fiber, and can also be high in fat and calories. That’s why experts recommend that all people – including those living with diabetes – limit the amount of added sugar they eat each day.

Sweet answer!

The correct answer is D - because B and C are both true.

Before extensive research cleared up much of the confusion about diabetes, some people thought that eating too much sugar was what caused it. Today, we know that this is not true. Instead, the biggest role is played by genetics and your body’s ability to make and use insulin. However, experts recommend that everyone limit the amount of added sugar they take in each day for good health.