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Sweet Green Smoothie Sweet Green Smoothie
Recipe thanks to Alicia of @feedthatblonde If you have to omit fruit from your diet for any reason, as the lovely Alicia of Feed That Blonde says, it doesn’t mean you can’t still make a mean green smoothie and she shows us how below! Ingredients: 30g walnuts2-3 tsp unflavoured bone broth2 tsp greens powder1/2 cup puffed buckwheat or puffed brown rice (optional)1...
Low Carb Margarita Cocktail Low Carb Margarita Cocktail
Follow our fantastic recipes   @alowcarblowsugarlifestyle   #ketohh Check out this recipe to learn how to make your own sugar syrup by simmering your favourite sweetener from our range (they will all work in this recipe) in water. The end result is quite similar to the texture of sugar syrup. Alternatively you can simply add some SweetLeaf drops into water...
Sugar Free Matcha Latte Sugar Free Matcha Latte
Follow our fantastic recipes   @alowcarblowsugarlifestyle   #ketohh You can be enjoying a delicious cup of Sugar Free Matcha Latte in absolutely no time. It’s the perfect drink for anyone following a low carb, sugar free or keto way of eating and so quick and easy to make.  Matcha is great for increased metabolism and immunity, and is energy boosting...
New Products Coming Soon! New Products Coming Soon!
Exciting news! We have a number of new products launching this month that are sure to delight! SweetLeaf Water Drops are a delicious and natural stevia water enhancer that will take water from boring to fabulous with just a couple of drops. Made from organic stevia using purified water (not alcohol) these zero calorie drops are available in a range...
Diet Drinks And Stevia Diet Drinks And Stevia
We all know that Coca Cola and Pepsi are trying to come up with a Stevia based drink. The beverage makers need the stevia based drinks to be a hit. Carbonated soft drink volumes continue to fall, with Pepsi reporting North American soft drink volume down 1.5% last quarter and Coke similarly saying its sparkling beverages were off 1% from...
1Cal Discontinuing 1Cal Discontinuing
We are currently running out all of our 1Cal drink stock & will no longer be stocking these products. Customers who wish to continue purchasing 1Cal should contact John Lake at Better Beverages on email johnlake@betterbeverages.com.au.
Expressions of love on Valentine’s Day are as fun to give as to receive. Construction paper hearts, flowers, and good things in small packages thrill and delight, but if you’re avoiding sweet treats because of unwanted calories and carbohydrates, SweetLeaf Stevia® Sweetener encourages you to go ahead and indulge with zero-calorie, zero-carbohydrate Chocolate Sweet Drops™. For Valentine’s Day this year...
A study out by the J Zhejiang University in May of 2009 documented a case where a young man developed severe tooth decay after several years of consuming a large volume of soda on a daily basis. The authors of the study look at the patient’s medical history, probable causes of the decay and erosion, and some ways to protect...
We know there’s a link between type-2 diabetes and soft drinks. But new research conducted at Imperial College London has shown that even drinking a single can of sugary drink per day can increase the risk of type-2 diabetes by as much as 22%. Interestingly, it also suggests that this risk is caused as much by increased insulin resistance caused...
Leading health organisations release recommendations to tackle soft drink overconsumption A 600ml sugar-sweetened soft drink contains about 16 packs/ teaspoons of sugar. Based on US estimates, consuming one can of soft drink per day could lead to a 6.75 kg weight gain in one year.(i) Launch of TV Campaign: Rethink Sugary Drink, to encourage Australians to switch to water and...
It’s common knowledge that people with type-2 diabetes should avoid sugar, but did you know diet soda can also wreak havoc on blood sugar levels? French researchers at Inserm have revealed that consuming diet drinks is linked with an increased risk of developing type-2 diabetes. During the study, the soft drink consumption of 66,118 women was monitored over the course...
The dangers of too much sugar are well documented. From poor dental health to high blood sugar and diabetes, the detrimental effects of excessive sugar consumption on your health can be significant. Now, new research is showing that soft drinks high in sugar can potentially lead to death, following the tragic passing of 31-year old Natasha Harris in New Zealand...

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