You don't need to add a spoonful of sugar to enjoy your morning cup of tea, according to a new study conducted by the University College London and the University of Leeds. The team analaysed data over one month for 64 men who usually drank tea sweetened with sugar. The team concluded that reducing sugar in tea doesn't affect liking, suggesting that long-term behaviour change could be possible. Scientists also said that quitting in one go or reducing intake gradually were both effective strategies to reduce consumption. However, a larger trial would be needed to confirm their findings.