With Americans consuming on average 94 grams of added sugar per day or 23 teaspoons, our sugar intake is out of control! High blood sugar levels and insulin resistance are the target of nutrition therapy for women with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), and elevated blood sugar can be damaging to the quality of your eggs. If you already are pregnant, managing your blood sugar and cutting your sugar intake is a key way to help prevent (or manage) gestational diabetes. These are 5 of my tips for breaking the sugar habit. I hope you find them helpful, and let me know what works best for you! If you want to delve into this topic further, check out my eBook Breaking the Sugar Habit: Practical Ways to Cut the Sugar, Lose the Weight, and Regain your Health.