WHY GO LOW SUGAR?

Do you live a super busy life, try to manage everything at once and on top of that barely get your 8 hours kip?

Living in the modern day world has made the temptation to reach for something sugar-laden even stronger, despite knowing that these super sweet snacks are a big no-go.

 

Stimulants like sugar cause a brief spike in energy levels and are followed soon after by an extended crash. To digest sugar, our bodies use a lot of essential minerals as it requires a serious metabolic effort.

 

And for those of us who spend the majority of our time sat behind a desk, burning off the excessive calories from sugary snacks can be very difficult. Eventually, our bodies turn the left-over sugar into fat, something that many of us try to avoid for numerous health reasons. 

So, instead of reaching for that can of fizzy drink and packet of sweets, why not try our healthy low sugar, low carb nut bars? Your body will thank you!

Fulfill your hungry desires with our snacks here!

SECRET SUGAR IN OTHER SNACKS IN THE MARKET  ... shh!

Sugar is everywhere. Even the most natural of snack bars can still contain crazy amounts of sugar.
Let's take a look at some of the current go-to snacks in the market...

DATE-BASED SNACKS

Dates are super high in sugar and, although a perfectly natural ingredient, can still affect blood sugar levels. Most date-based snack bars contain between 15-20g of sugar!

OAT-BASED

SNACKS

Oat-based snack bars, often marketed as great for breakfasts, can contain up to as much as 24g of sugar! Manufacturers sneak in heaps of syrup and sweeteners to make them more palatable.

SEED-BASED

SNACKS

Similarly to oat bars, seed-based snacks likely contain some kind of syrup or sugar to gel the seeds together. How deceptive! You think these bars are healthy, but those 10g of sugar say otherwise.

HOW MUCH IS TOO MUCH?

The NHS recommends no more than 30g of sugar per day.
For children, the figure ranges between 19-24g depending on age. To give you a more visual image of this figure: 
30g = 7 sugar cubes or teaspoons. 
It's so difficult to avoid sugar in our daily lives and this makes it even more important to snack smart and choose low-sugar, natural foods that aren't going to negatively affect our bodies.

© Adonis Smart Foods Ltd. 2018

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