Out with refined sugars, but what about honey? While honey and maple syrup are natural popular substitutes for white processed sugar, they are still high in sugars!

Honey has 82g of sugar per 100g
Maple syrup has 68g sugar per 100g

Let's take the common sense approach.
While you will find a few recipes in this book that use these natural sweeteners, it's your choice if you want to remove them altogether or use Stevia or other artificial sweetener instead. My approach is to use the natural foods wherever possible, and ONLY where you need it for the food to be
palatable. So don't go piling honey on your toast for breakfast because it's natural! Have an egg or avocado instead. It's especially true of people wanting to lose weight but can't stick to a diet that is only meat, salad and veg day in day out.

Of course an exception to this would be if you can't have any sugars at all due to special dietary conditions. In this case skip any offending recipes altogether. This is a sugar smart guide to eating foods in a modern world. This book is designed for a wide range of people, the goal being to help with a better understanding of sugars and how to cut down.

Bottom line: If you don't want to use honey, skip the recipe altogether!

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