Tip of the Week – Replace Refined Sugar With Natural Substitutes

By | September 8, 2010

HoneyStop eating that unhealthy refined white sugar and start to replace it with all natural substitutes.

White refined sugar starts out as sugar cane before it goes though it’s refining process. This process removes all measurable traces of vitamins and minerals from the sugar cane, leaving us with a nutritionally vacant product whose only purpose is to be sweet.

Get the sweet plus some nutritional value by using natural sugar replacers such as Sucanat, maple syrup, stevia, honey and agave nectar whenever possible.

2 thoughts on “Tip of the Week – Replace Refined Sugar With Natural Substitutes

  1. Alma

    Try replacing milkshakes with healthy smoothies made from frozen bananas, or frozen grapes or mangoes (but bananas give the best substance to the smoothie).
    Blend it with some soy milk or almond milk (1/2 cup per 1 banana) and your kid won’t even think it’s not real ice cream…

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