Everything you need to create a health-conscious breakfast or meal. This syrup in natural form contains more than 50 types of nutrients and antioxidants, while still giving you the sweet taste you love.
When it comes to the most important meal of the day, some flavor are decidedly better than others - like cinnamon. You can spice up anything with this ingredient.
Lay aside that tub of sugar whenever you have a drink. Instead, use tea leaves to add an extra nutritional kick.
There you have it - a good alternative to white sugar for your favorite batch of oatmeal cookies. The natural sweetness and flavor is perfect for an after-dinner treat as well.
This fruit is packed with nutrients that are not found in sugar. A great way to put antioxidants on your breakfast menu.
Although the name sounds scary, this sugar alcohol is FDA safe and contains 0.2 calories. It comes from a plant and certainly a great substitute for refined sugar.
Extra ripe bananas that are pureed are a great way to prepare healthy sugar fast. This alternative is packed with a laundry list of potassium, fiber and minerals.
Perfect for coffee and tea and convenient for any grab-and-go treat, this sweetener made of sugar cane is rich in vitamins and minerals that refined sugar lacks.
Perfect addition for homemade granola bars or brownie batter. If you love the taste of dates, you will love the slenderized version of granola.
Coconut sugar is a generous source of minerals for lowering harmful cholesterol. Get tropical and use it in a fruit smoothie.
Natural sweetener made from organic cane sugar. It is an excellent provider of important minerals and some of the nutrients that are lost when the cane is processed.
Barley Malt Extract
This sweet syrup holds much of the protein and emerges as a nutritious, sugar-free substitute for a fruit pie.
This one supplies nutrients so that your body gets a host vitamins and antioxidants critical to maintaining healthy skin texture.
An excellent way to help control the urge to eat sugar is to start your day with a hearty bowl of grape fruit enhanced with other dried fruits. Add it to salads for its natural sweetness as well as for the good things it furnishes.
If you find yourself weary of plain oatmeal, it might be time to try something new with it. This natural extract from stevia plant helps sweeten your food and is considered FDA safe.
Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
Natural cocoa powder provides a balanced mix of nutrients that support brain function. Use it with skim milk for a warm winter treat.
Another natural sugar substitute in pure form. With fiber, iron and Vitamin C, apricot puree provides a near-balanced snack, all in one convenient bowl.
Milk has natural sugar in it and adds a touch of sweetness to your morning coffee.
Frozen Juice Concentrate
There is a powerful sense of well-being coming from juice concentrate made of apple, grapes and strawberries. With additional antioxidants, this is a sweet solution for any dessert.
Brown Rice Syrup
Made of brown rice, this syrup can be practically used as a staple instead of sugar. It can cut the unhealthy ingredients considerably in the recipe while enhancing the flavor.