Start purchasing products that contain zero amounts of refined sugars or other sugar forms. Sugar forms include refined sugars such as white sugar, molasses, brown sugar, powdered sugar, syrups, high fructose corn syrup and turbinado sugar.
Other sugar forms include maltodextrin, sucrose, glucose and honey - to name a few from the top of my head.
Read the labels to be certain. Labels contain a wealth of information about the product's nutritional value.
Instead of buying your traditional style peanut butter, for instance, that contains added sugar, start buying the brands that are labeled as "all natural". "All natural" usually means the product does not contain any additives, preservatives or commercially-added sugars and/or fats. In the case of peanut butter, it means the product contains only peanuts and maybe salt. Better yet, use one of those machines that grinds the peanuts while you watch.
Getting used to foods in their least processed states is the easiest way to make the transition away from the dependence upon sugar.
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