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It’s getting easier.
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It’s getting easier everyday. This is the longest I’ve gone without added sugar in years. 💙💚
  • annefood That's fantastic @shmoozii ! I'm so glad to hear it. And I totally agree—it can be really hard in the beginning, but once you get in the habit of avoiding added sugar it becomes so much easier by...
  • gracealina I agree! I feel so great I am not even tempted by the free junk at the office!
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Breakfast for me at an event while everyone else is eating pastries!!! 😝
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  • annefood 🍓🍇🍉🥝 love it! You're going to feel so much better!
  • Rachna Yes!!! Great way to start the day!
  • AlexB Nice, It’s so hard!!
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Thanks Aldi!
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Yay my protein powder has no added sugar!
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  • annefood Fantastic @tovisnaw ! @elievois check it out - it has stevia so it's not unsweetened, but pure stevia leaf extract is allowed in moderation on the Avoid Added Sugar Challenge.
  • tovisnaw This one is so good too. If tried other protein powders and they tasted gross to me
  • elievois Good to know! Thanks for posting!
Sugar in chicken broth!!!!!
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UNREAL
UNREAL
Hidden ingredient!!
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Hidden ingredients!!! 😡😡
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  • annefood Great sleuthing @ElanaG !
  • ElanaG That stinks! I love that spice! It’s an Asian teriyaki mixture used in stir fry
  • annefood @ElanaG you could always combine the key ingredients - sesame seeds, dried ginger powder, garlic granules, salt, onion powder and sesame oil!
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I spied Agave Syrup in my ‘natural’ peanut butter before putting it in my smoothie!
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  • Rachna yes!! so many 'natural' products sneak in sweeteners. Definitely check the ingredient labels on the back of the package. The front of the package is all marketing =).
  • annefood Awesome @ingalls! You’ll come to find that many companies slap “natural” on the label for impact, when the word doesn’t actually have any meaning. Great catch!
Superfoods in your backyard: Now, entrepreneurs source quinoa, chia, amaranth and avocado locally, say no to import - Mumbai Mirror
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"More Indians want to include high-nutrient foods like quinoa, chia, amaranth and avocado in thei...
"More Indians want to include high-nutrient foods like quinoa, chia, amaranth and avocado in their diet. Now, a host of entrepreneurs are sourcing these products locally rather than depending on im...
  • Rachna love this! I'm so glad that people are opting for locally sourced!
  • garv @Rachna there’s a lot happening here . The local movement is just about beginning !
  • Rachna 🙌🏽🙌🏽
any tips for drinking 8 cups of water a day?
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