We have come across a great article on how to thrive when going sugar free:
“Today, we’re looking ahead to life after the challenge. How can you keep up your new habits and stay off sugar for good?
Remember, this is not a faddy diet. It’s a plan to give you the knowledge and skills you need for a new way of eating. If you want to keep it up long term, any changes need to be tailored to you and your family’s lifestyle. Start by slowly introducing foods you may have missed over the two weeks while listening to your body.
Remember, sugar is OK in moderation, as long as it’s part of a balanced diet and you know when you are eating it. But you may find after two weeks off, your favourite sweet treats do not taste as good.
Hopefully over the two weeks you have enjoyed cooking and eating a range of sugar-free flavours. Cooking from scratch is not only cheaper but much more fun too, and these delicious recipes will help you keep that up.”