Healthy & Natural Sugar Substitutes

If you haven’t yet, it’s important to know that you can trade conventional sugars for items like liquid stevia, monk fruit sweetener, erythritol, and xylitol- that do not spike blood sugar! If you struggle with tooth sensitivity, I would steer clear of stevia and experiment with xylitol. I also believe raw, unfiltered honey, blackstrap molasses, date sugar, fruit, coconut palm sugar and more are suitable options to explore with many health benefits. For example, blackstrap molasses is an incredible blood and bone builder, filled with vitamins and minerals such as iron, calcium, magnesium, B6, selenium and more. While honey can clear certain infections, aid in wound healing, digestion, and even improve skin and oral health- who knew sweeteners could be so beneficial, right?

To explore more options, you can check out the “Healthy Sugar Substitute” category in our Amazon store right here, where I will be continuously adding my favorite resources and recommendations!⁠ #letgoandgrow

Monk Fruit


Honey, Molasses & Syrups



Organic Allulose & Fruit Sweeteners

I’d love to know your thoughts and favorite sugar substitutes! Let’s open up this conversation 💗🍯🍭

Sugar Substitute Snacks & Drinks

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