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These sugar free snacks are sure to satisfy your sweet tooth without the sugar.  Sugar free doesn't have to mean tasteless or gross.  Most people who don't know they are sugar free never realize there is no sugar in these snack recipes.  Check out these sugar free recipes that are great for between meals or after school snacks for your kids.  It's usually not smart to go more than four or five hours between meals so a mid-afternoon snack might be just what the doctor ordered to help you keep your blood sugar steady.  It's important to limit sugary, highly processed snacks and beverages like chips, cookies, candy, juice, sugary waters and especially sodas.  These can cause a sudden and quick rise in blood sugar often followed by a subsequent crash which leads to fatigue and hunger.  Snacking is also important to keep your metabolism up as long as you eat hem in moderation.  A great tip when eating these sugar free snacks is to plate them rather than eating them straight out of the bag or container as you will be less likely to over snack.  Make sure however that you seal the bag or container and put away before sitting down to enjoy your homemade sugar free snack!  As always, don't forget to try one of our other sugar free recipes for you main meals of the day.

There are some things you can turn your attention to in order to help curb the craving for sugar.  First, you can choose to eat more natural, whole foods because then you can get away from processed foods or foods with added sugar.  Second, find the hidden source of sugar and remove those from your diet.  Sugar is hidden in so many foods including sauces, soups, ketchup, processed foods, drinks, so called healthy bars, and more. Don’t be confused by the marketing trick of somethin being “low fat”, because that usually means there is “more sugar”.  Third, take away any sweets, desserts, and sugar from your house because if it's not near you then you can't really eat it!  Always make each meal a blanced meal to help control your blood sugar and insulin response if this is an issue for you.  If you keep your blood sugar from crashing then you will be less likely to crave eating sugar to offset it.  Try to eat natural sugars like fruits and vegetables because those are packed with fiber, water, minerals, and vitamins.  Finally, get some exercise!  Burn your fat rather than storing it.  This will also help reduce stress but there isn't a way to burn fat if sugar is always present. 

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