How much sugar should a person have in one day?
None. You do not need any 'added' sugar in your daily diet.
A healthy person should drink about 2 liters of water per day ______________________________________________________________________ If you are talking about how much water a person uses: In the US, every person uses about 80 to 100 gallons per day. For more information on how much water a person should drink : http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_much_water_should_you_drink_each_day
Children should be limited as much as possible on their sugar intake. Children need more sugar than adults due to their energy level, but the sugar should come from nutritious sources. It is recommended that children in the preschool years should have the equivalent of 3-4 teaspoons per day. From the early teens trough the teens, this can be increased to 5-8 teaspoons.
Not much. YOU SHOULD ONLY HAVE ABOUT 1 OR 2 SPOONFULLS OF SUGAR IN TEA IF MORE IT IS BAD FOR U AND CAN GIVE YOU A BAD STOMACH, WICH CAN ALSO LEAD TO ROTTON TEETH, IF YOU HAVE ONE EVERY DAY. YOU SHOULD NEVER HAVE A LOT OF SUGAR BY ITS SELF OR YOU MIGHT GET WORMS, OR BAD PAINS IN STOMACH TO, OR EVEN SICKNESS.
The amount of sugar you eat for breakfast will vary because each person has his or her own caloric needs. For example, if you needed 2,000 calories everyday, then only 10% of your calories should come from processed sugars and sweeteners. So, that means your total sugar/sweetener intake for the day should be 200 calories. These calories can be divided to getting 66 sugar calorie per meal or 100 for lunch and 100 for dinner…