Duolingo seems to translate "må" as "have to" instead of "must" a lot more often than I would do, if I had a choice... (talking about tile selections.)
I agree with you. I've never seen must used at all.
hva mener det?
*hva betyr det :)
It means 'I have to eat less sugar', or less sugary foods. As in, 'I have to cut sugar out of my diet'.
For all the people asking what does it mean, I think it means "I have to reduce on sugar", like eating less sugar.
Cutting out sugar = eating no sugar at all
Cutting down on sugar = eating less sugar
Does this mean I have to eat less sugar?
In another sentence, "need to" was also accepted
Why not "I have to avoid sugar"?
Because avoid is 'unngå', whereas this sentence specifically uses 'kutte ut'.