Sugar intake should be reduced To 5 teaspoons daily
Researchers from the British University of Newcastle have come to the conclusion that an adult person should not eat more than 5 teaspoons of sugar per day.
Scientists confirm that this procedure will help improve the health of the heart and teeth and reduce the risk of diabetes.
In 1990, the World Health Organization introduced a sugar intake rate.
It stated that it should not exceed 10% of the total amount of calories that a person consumes daily, that is, about 70 grams for men and 50 grams for women.
Scientists today confirm that it is necessary to reduce this indicator to 5%.
This is related to the fact that modern people consume sweet drinks and foodstuffs that contain a large amount of sugar in their daily lives, knowing that such foods were served only on holidays.