A quick note this week to point you to New York Times columnist David Leonhardt's sugar cheat sheet, published yesterday. Lots of simple (though not necessarily easy) tips here in the Smarter Living section.
Leonhardt also published this piece on Big Sugar; worth your while.
These aren't exhaustive guides, but they're good places to start.
If you're already doing everything Leonhardt outlines, or doing as much of it as you ever want to, here's a further suggestion: Cultivate a taste for sugar's opposite, the bitter flavors. Even our vegetables are being bred sweeter and sweeter, to match our tastes.
(It's also why white grapefruits are disappearing, which is a serious threat to lovely low-alcohol cocktails like the Italian Greyhound. Sad!)
But we can change that.
Stop bingeing and overeating. Immediately.
Download your free cheat sheet now.