Cut Down on Sugar with Purely Healthy Living’s Sugar-Free Recipes
Who doesn't love a nice sweet dessert after a delicious meal? The thing is too much sugar is bad for you. Sugar can cause cavities, weight gain, low energy levels, and even heart disease. So how much sugar should you have per day? The American Heart Association (AHA) recommends no more than 6 teaspoons (25 grams) for women and 9 teaspoons (36 grams) for men of added sugar per day. That's about the amount in a can of soda. And the average American consumes almost triple that amount!
Sure, sugar enhances flavor, but you don't really have to add sugar to enjoy a tasty treat. One way to cut back on sugar is to cook at home more often and make your own meals using low-calorie recipes and sugar free recipes. There are plenty of low-calorie recipes and sugar free recipes out there that can be just as delicious as their sugary counterparts. If you are looking for a sweet snack, try one of Purely Healthy Living's sugar free recipes and see for yourself how good healthy food can taste! We have recipes for pies, cakes, muffins, popsicles, cookies and more. If there are any sweet treats that your tummy desires, you are sure to find a recipe on our site that will satisfy your taste buds.
Purely Healthy Living has lots of great sugar-free recipes that are both delicious and good for you! So next time you're tempted to reach for a sugary snack, try one of our low-calorie recipes or sugar free recipes instead. Your taste buds and your health will thank you!