Honey or maple syrup in oatmeal?

 Honey or maple syrup 

Honey, maple syrup, molasses, they're all more natural sugars. They’re all fine to use in a limited quantity.

Mayo Clinic dietician Kate Zaretsky says “if you use them it's important to remember sugar."

Any honey you drizzle on your breakfast counts towards your daily added sugar total which the American Heart Association says should be no more than 100 calories a day for women and 150 calories for men.

 The upside to honey is its more powerful flavor profile although a teaspoon of honey has slightly more calories than a teaspoon of sugar. It's also sweeter and more flavorful, so a little bit goes a long way the same goes for molasses and maple syrup.

 In some baking you can use any one of those ingredients to help you actually reduce the amount of added sugar because those sweeteners actually have additional flavors therefore allowing you to use less sugar overall.
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