The 2 types of food to cut down on if you want weight loss, according to the NHS

There are two types of food that people can reduce in their diet to lead a healthier lifestyle, according to the NHS.

One type of food is sugar, as the NHS website states that the nation consumes “too much” of the substance.

And the second type you should consider to reduce your consumption are starchy carbohydrates, such as potatoes, bread, rice, pasta and cereals.

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The NHS encourages people to look at nutrition labels to find out how much sugar is in what they’re eating, advising us to buy more greens and amber and fewer red in our weekly shop.

Because on average Britons eat 700g of sugar per week, which works out to an average of 140 teaspoons per person, as Wales Online Reporting.

A sure way to cut back on sugar is to cut out sodas. Almost a quarter of the added sugar in our diet comes from sugary drinks, according to the NHS.

Another way to reduce your sugar intake is to eliminate the sugar in your tea and coffee and gradually reduce or eliminate it altogether and switch to a sweetener.

Many foods that are part of our diet we don’t think of as sweet but actually contain a lot of sugar, such as store-bought soup, condiments, and jarred pasta sauces that contain more than 13 g of sugar, including added sugar, which is the equivalent of three teaspoons of sugar.

While starchy foods are a good source of energy and add a variety of other nutrients to our diet, where can NHS advises Choose whole grain varieties.

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This makes whole-grain, starchy foods a good choice if you’re trying to lose weight.

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