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Milk or Sugar what's worse?

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For breakfast I will have beans on toast or cereal, nothing else fills me up. But the beans have 24g of sugar per tin. But no dairy products. But the cereal only has around 10g, but has milk. If I keep my sugar level for the day below 50-60g and laid off the dairy products, would that be better than having the dairy products and reaching around 40-50g anyway?

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What type beans are you eating?! I'm a little shocked, as most beans/peas have only a small amount of sugar with extremely high fibre content.

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Just eat eggs. And add some fruit.

Simply looking at food label's gram count of sugars isn't going to help you. Biochemistry is far more complex than that. So much more that counting grams of sugar could end up doing more harm than good. Certain fruits have the supposedly evil sugar, but find me one person that's gotten fat off blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, etc.

Refute the scientific findings about each fruit here:

http://whfoods.com/foodstoc.php

They call it breakfast because you're breaking the fast. It's a good idea to include some simple carbs early in the day.

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i think you are confusing sugars with carbohydrates/starches which are a more broad category

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