Sugar has become a far bigger part of our diet than many of us now realise, and cutting it down can have a big positive impact on your health... obviously.
Of course, there are things like sweets, chocolate, cakes, and fizzy drinks which we know contain a lot of sugar.
However, there are also a lot of everyday food items which contain a surprising amount of sugar, such as things like white bread, cereals and even supposedly healthy things like fruit juices.
But what impact would cutting out sugar completely have on your health? Well, one video might give us an idea.
Dr Eric Berg posted a video to video examining this, and put down nine things that may happen to your body if you cut out sugar.
The first he brought up was about your body shape, saying that your face and midsection would change.
The second would be that the function of your eyes, arteries, and kidneys could improve.
A third one is that it could decrease urination during the night, meaning less interrupted sleep, at least because you have to get up to pee.
The fourth, ironically, is more energy. Sugar is a very high energy food, but having a lot of it can cause you to crash afterwards causing tiredness.
Number five was a reduction in cravings between meals. Eating regularly and consistently is a great way to improve your eating habits.
At number six was a reduction in pain, stiffness, and inflammation.
Seven seems like a rather obvious one, and it's that you will lose weight. Sugar is a big contributor to obesity, so it makes sense that cutting it out would lead you to shed some weight.
Number eight is an improvement in your skin and complexion. Diet can have a big impact on your skin, and cutting it out could help.
And the final point is that cutting out sugar will improve your resistance to insulin. This is important particularly for people who have diabetes, as insulin is crucial for regulating your blood sugar levels.
This is all great, but it's also worth noting that it's important to maintain a good relationship with food.
While cutting down on unhealthy foods helps, that doesn't mean you should take a guilt-driven or puritanical approach to food.
Cutting down is fine, but that doesn't mean you can't have an ice cream at the seaside or that you have to skip dessert when you go out for dinner. Balance is key.