We can’t go without ‘sugar’ as it gives us the energy we need. Professor Cynthia Kenyon from the University of California, a leading scientist in the field of molecular biology is determined that a healthy diet contains low glycemic carbohydrates.
No desserts, no sweets, no potatoes, no rice, no bread, no pasta. Or very little. Eating these foods shorten our lives. Not eating them makes us slim, feel good and full of energy.
An alternative for bread are oats. The pasta and rice etc can be replaced with an extra portion vegetables, legumes or mushrooms. Sugar itself can be replaced with stevia, or better: wean yourself of it.