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The Perfect Low Sugar Drinks that Cure that Sweet Tooth Craving

Did you know that sugar is a toxin? Sugar leads to sickness, steals your energy and ages you well beyond your years. Cells cannot thrive in an acidic environment, and sugar creates just that. It feeds bad bacteria in your body and throws off the delicate symbiosis that keeps you glowing and happy. Recent research has even shown that sugar lights up the same areas in the brain as cocaine. It’s highly addictive and destroys our brains.

I was addicted to sugar, and I felt completely broken. I couldn’t stop myself from reaching for a chocolate bar or a soda, especially when I was stressed.  But those days are over. When I learned about how destructive sugar is to our cells and energy levels, I made the choice to kick it to the curb. So I wanted to share with you a simple strategy that you can implement today to cure that sweet tooth cravings. And it’s about drinking a low-sugar drink instead of those sugary coffees or sodas. 


Soda is one of the biggest sources of hidden sugars in our diet. A single can of soda contains a staggering 33g of sugar. However, if you’re used to chugging soda every day, making the transition to drinking just water can be difficult. That’s why in this post we’re going to be sharing some healthy, low sugar alternatives to soda that you can enjoy today.

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Fruit Juice Spritzers

Fruit juice spritzers are a great place to start when quitting soda. They contain around a third of the sugar that you’ll find in a can of soda (12g of sugar per cup), taste sweet and are carbonated. While fruit juice spritzers are probably not something you want to be drinking every day if you’re cutting back on sugar, they’re still a much better choice than soda. To prepare a fruit juice spritzer simply combine half a cup of your favorite fruit juice with half a cup of soda water and enjoy.


Green Smoothies

If you choose the right ingredients, you can easily create green smoothies that contain less than 10g of sugar and still have a subtle sweet taste. The great thing about green smoothies is that because they’re packed full of fiber, vitamins and minerals, any sugar they contain will be released into your bloodstream slowly, so you won’t experience any of the energy surges and crashes that usually come with sugar consumption. To find low sugar green smoothie recipes, simply do a search online and experiment with the recipes that come up until you find one that you like.


Fruit Infused Water

Fruit infused water contains no sugar or calories, so is perfect if you’re on a sugar detox. It shares the same benefits of standard water and will keep you hydrated, brighten your skin and enhance your energy levels. However, the fruit infusion gives it a subtle and sweet flavor, so if you find standard water too bland, give fruit infused water a try.

To prepare fruit infused water, you’ll need a mason jar and a cup of 2-3 chopped fruits that you’d like to infuse into the water. Once you have the fruits ready, place them in the mason jar, fill it with water and then allow it to infuse in the fridge for at least 24 hours.


Fruit Tea

Like fruit infused water, fruit tea contains zero calories and sugar, and is just as healthy as standard water. However, even without any sugar, it has a surprisingly strong, sweet and satisfying flavor.

There are lots of different fruit teas you can try and each one has a very distinctive flavor and offers differing health benefits. Your local store should sell a wide range of fruit teas, so try a few different teas until you find a favorite.



Coffee isn’t sweet but it’s still tasty, hydrating and contains no sugar. If you drink it instead of soda, you’ll cut out 33g of sugar per day. To ensure that your coffee contains no sugar, avoid buying it in coffee shops and drink it black or with milk.


My Personal Recommendation 

For an amazing tasting beverage, try this incredible infused water recipe! It will cure that thirst for something sweet and will keep you hydrated.


Mango, Raspberry and Ginger Infused Water

  • 5 cups water
  • 1 cup ice cubes optional
  • 1 mango peeled and cubed
  • 1/2 pint raspberries
  • 1 (2-inch) piece ginger peeled and thinly sliced



My days of riding the sugar addiction roller coaster are over, and I am here to support you in ending yours as well because I know that liberating feeling of not relying on something external to make you feel good.

So if you are ready to kick sugar to the curb, click the button below and download your free guide. It is full of information and tips to help you kiss the sugar goodbye and regain your balance and glow.  

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