Category: Health    Tags: #Sweets #Addiction #Food

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A sugar maniac!

You have gone far beyond addiction into obsession. Scale back a bit if you can, or figure out if your life is out of balance elsewhere and you're using sugar highs to make yourself feel better. You may also have an issue with your endocrine system that should be addressed, so bring up your sugar love to the doc next time you see her/him.

A sugar addict

Don't worry, you can get help. Your sugar addiction could indicate that you're not getting all of the nutrients you need, or it could be related to your sleep or stress patterns. Take a step back and evaluate how you feel throughout the day and make changes where necessary. But there's no reason you can't indulge responsibly when you get it all back under control!

Borderline addicted

So you have a little too much sugar on a semi-regular basis--not so bad. Now that you know, you can cut back on some of the sneakier ways that sugar is getting into your diet, and as you scale back, you'll find you need it less!

In control of your sweet tooth

Good for you! You know when to have the second doughnut and when to opt for just coffee instead!

Denying yourself a little too much

Life is meant to be lived. Unless you're a diabetic, you're being maybe just a tad too extreme with your restriction. Lay off the fake sugars; your body doesn't even know the difference anyway, and besides, those little packets are still being tagged as cancer-causers no matter how many times they reinvent them. There are only 16 calories in a teaspoon of sugar. You can handle it.

Salty

So you don't like sugar, so what? Well, it wouldn't hurt you to eat an orange or something now and then, or taste the rainbow once in a while, but if salty and savory is your thing, embrace it and carry on!