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Lunch

Sugar-free lunches can seem tricky to get right, particularly when we're out and about at work, school or on the go. Reducing or eliminating excessive sugars in our lunchtime meals can contribute to: Improved mood Stable blood sugars Weight control…

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Sugar and Our Health

Regularly eating sugars is linked to higher risk of developing serious health conditions, including: obesity, type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease and chronic inflammation. * Adults eat and drink 24kg (53lbs) of sugar each year on average *  1 in 3 children…

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Desserts and Treats

Swaps Having alternatives at the ready is the key to making a change from your habitual sugary fixes. Here are some great alternative options to meet those sweet cravings whilst you get used to sugar-free foods. Biscuits Biscuits are often…

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Sugar-free Drinks

Sugary drinks are arguably the worst way to take in sugar. Numerous studies highlight how terrible sugar sweetened drinks are for our health and now research links sugary drinks to an estimated 184,000 adult deaths each year worldwide, from diabetes,…

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Snacks and Staples

Snacks and food staples, such as breads, crackers, baked foods can be a surprising sugar trap.  Avoiding these usually highly processed 'beige' foods, which convert into sugars quickly in the blood.  There are some great real food alternatives, so you…

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Breakfast Recipes

Breakfast Recipes

Breakfast Recipes What to eat for breakfast when we give up standard cereals and toast?!  We know it needs to be something quick, easy and tasty for busy families moving…
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Breakfast

Breakfast

Our first section is dedicated to the most important meal of the day... breakfast! Whether you wake bright and bushy tailed or drag yourself out of bed to tackle the demands of the day and needs of hungry children -…

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What is ‘Sugar-free’?

Going 'sugar-free' simply means removing or drastically cutting down on the excessive sugars that have overloaded the majority of family foods. Some families have chosen to adopt an 80:20 principle, where the majority of their family foods are based on…

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