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April 16, 2022

What is a healthy substitute for sweets?


You know users should take care of your teeth, but you can't help yourself — you have a sweet tooth! So you're asking, "What should I eat when I desire sweets?" Fortunately, there are a plethora of simple solutions to pick from. Here are 10 healthy sugar substitutes:


1. Fruits

After all, fruit is humanity's greatest candy! Fruit contains sugar, but it is not the same everywhere processed, added sugar found in most pastries. Fruit that is low in acidity, such as bananas, strawberries, melons, or peaches, is the greatest choice for your teeth.


2. Yogurt from Greece

Begin with plain yogurt (no additional flavors or sweeteners) and work your way up. You may top it with fruit, nuts, granola, and honey to make a nutritious frozen yogurt sundae.


3. Banana and Peanut Butter Ice Cream

Speaking of frozen yogurt, you can simply manufacture your own healthy flavour with zero sugar. Simply combine 2 frozen bananas (peeled and halved) and 1/4 teaspoon natural peanut butter (no added sugar) in a food processor and process until almost smooth.


4. Chia pudding

Chia pudding is really simple to make and can be customized in a plethora of ways. First, put your chia seeds and favorite milk in a mixing bowl and chill the pudding for at minimum a couple of hours. From there, you may top with berries, granola, a drizzle of honey or agave nectar, almonds, nut butter, or anything else that sounds yummy!


5. Popsicles with Low Sugar

You may either look for healthy popsicle alternatives at your local store or create your own! Remember to use lower-acid fruits when creating at home — watermelon, strawberry, and mango are all good choices — and add yogurt for a creamier texture.


5. Nut Butter

There are plenty of gourmet nut butters on the market these days, ranging from honey cinnamon peanut butter to vanilla maple almond butter, that you can eat straight off the spoon or dip apple slices in. With this protein-rich snack, a little goes a long way.


Surrendering sweets might be one of the toughest things to do while attempting to live a better lifestyle. How can you satisfy your cravings for ice cream and candies without really eating them? Instead, you can mix yourself some nutritious sweet treats! It may sound like an oxymoron, but if you work hard enough, you can create a confection that is also healthy. Here are a handful that you may put to the test!


6. Blueberries

When you're seeking something sweet, a simple dish of blueberries will do the trick. Instead of indulging in something bad, eat some delicious berries and soak up some beneficial antioxidants while you're at it!


7. Vegan ice cream

Vegans apparently enjoy ice cream so much that they decided to create their own without the use of dairy or artificial sweeteners. Essentially, this is pureed frozen fruit (or pureed cashews in the case of the image). Although it may not be as creamy as ice cream, it will be delicious and smooth. Find out how to create ice cream without using any dairy ingredients!



8. Sweet Potatoes, Baked

Sweet potatoes are high in natural sugars and fibre, so they fulfil your hunger far better than empty, processed sweets. And, really, you can't go wrong with butter. Whatever treat you select, it's critical to preserve your teeth in the most effective method possible for that particular cuisine. Remember how simple it is to fulfil your sweet taste while also caring for your smile whenever you get a yearning for anything sweet! Enjoy!


9. Energy Balls


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Text:Smart Bites

Editor:Martina Zlatkova



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