A New Technology Makes Sugar Twice As Sweet, So You Can Eat Half As Much
Geege Schuman stashed this in Sugar Shack
By coating tiny food-safe particles with natural sugar like sucrose or glucose, the technology can trick the sweetness receptors on your tongue into thinking you're eating a full serving. The startup behind the idea compares it to drug delivery in pharmaceuticals.
Usually having sweet things makes me crave more sweet things.
So I find reducing sweetness helps me not have that trigger.