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什么是糖类

糖类指的是在人体内经过消化、吸收分解后成为能量的碳水化合物, 为我们身体供能使用。

糖分为两种:
天然糖 –天然存在于水果 (果糖) 或牛奶 (乳糖) 等食物中的糖

添加糖 – 在食品生产和/或准备过程中用来调味或添加色素所添加的糖

过量摄取糖有什么危害?
摄入过多的糖会导致不必要的体重增加, 增加罹患第二型糖尿病和其他慢性疾病 (包括心脏病和癌症) 的风险。它也会影响牙齿健康。

我每天能摄入多少糖

根据世界卫生组织2015年推出的指南,建议每日的添加糖摄入量不超过五茶匙 (25克)。

积极地找出隐藏在食物中的添加糖将有效地减少糖分的摄取。

各种糖的名称

您能够通过一些线索找出食品中是否含有添加糖, 这包括:

  • 含有糖浆(例如:玉米糖浆、水果糖浆、枫糖浆、米糖浆、玫瑰糖浆)
  • 以“糖”结尾的单词(例如:果糖、葡萄糖、蔗糖、麦芽糖)
  • 在产品名称中包含“糖”一词(例如:原糖、蔗糖、红糖、糖粉、白糖、糖醇)
  • 其他含有添加糖的食品包括果蜜、浓缩果汁、蜂蜜、龙舌兰蜜和糖蜜

如何阅读营养成分标签

选择较健康的食品

利用这些简单又美味的小技巧以减少添加糖和卡路里的摄取!

甜点和糖果

您无需把甜点和糖果从生活中完全剔除。您可以要把高糖分冰淇淋换成较健康的选择, 如冰糕和冻酸奶。您也可把它与新鲜水果混合并冷冻起来制作出一道消暑的甜品。

零食和混合燕麦片

与其从超市购买, 不如在家自己制作不含添加糖的零食和燕麦混合片。您可以把喜欢的坚果、干果、无糖燕麦片和/或全麦谷粮混合在一起。

调味品和酱料

市售的调味品和酱料含有大量的添加糖。不如尝试亲手制作,这样一来您就可以控制糖的份量。

咖啡和茶

建议每周把添加在咖啡和茶中的糖分减少一半,让味蕾循序渐进地适应无糖。

查看它们含了多少糖分

编号 含高糖量的选择 总糖含量 (茶匙) 较低糖选择 总糖含量 (茶匙)
1 摩卡咖啡 (250毫升) 2.5 卡布奇诺 (250毫升) 1
2 咖啡 (Kopi) (250毫升) 4.5 淡奶咖啡, 少糖
(Kopi C Siu Dai) (250毫升)
3
3 巧克力牛奶 (200毫升) 5.5 牛奶 (200毫升) 3
4 冰柠檬茶 (300毫升) 6 柠檬茶包, 无添加糖 (300毫升) 0
5 绿茶 (250毫升) 3 乌龙茶 (250毫升) 0
6 牛奶巧克力 (4小方块, 20克) 2 含90%可可的黑巧克力
(1小方块, 20克)
<0.5
7 香草雪糕 (2球, 100克) 4 冻酸奶 (2/3杯, 100克) 2.5
8 番茄意大利面酱 (1杯, 280克) 3.5 番茄糊 (1杯, 280克) 2.5
9 榛果巧克力酱 (1茶匙, 19克) 2 花生酱 (1汤匙, 20克) <0.5
10 牛油蛋糕 (1片, 90克) 5.5 蒸海绵蛋糕 (1片, 40克) 2

* 总含糖量:可能包含了天然糖和游离糖

* 资料来源:Energy & Nutrient Composition of Food, Health Promotion Board, 2011

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NKF’s Kidney Live Donor Support Fund covers annual health screenings and medical follow-ups; one-time reimbursement for loss of 2 months actual income of $8,500, whichever is lower: reimbursement of hospitalisation and surgical insurance premiums (capped at MediShield Life premiums); pre-transplant screening and evaluation costs for up to 2 potential donors per kidney recipient; and insurance coverage for Group Living. Policy based on sum insured of $200,000.

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You may sign up via our website at https://onlinereg.nkfs.org/vms/volunteerapplicationform.aspx.

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