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Some things could probably be edible with reduced sugar, possibly biscuits, and for some products such as soft drinks artificial sweeteners could replace sugar. I think that is OK. In fact I usually only drink soft drinks which are low calorie. Trouble is there are some people who will probably say that artificial sweetened drinks should have a tax on them as well as they "Aren't nutricious". You can make boiled sweets with low calorie products rather than sugar (like those for diabetics), but the trouble is that these can have the effect of giving you what is politely called "anal leakage" (I will explain if necessary. You can't make chocolate that tastes any good without sugar (well not yet), but then some people (like Americans) are said to like Hershey bars, and if your taste buds are as bad as that then you probably would like anything , however bad tasting