Use “everything in moderation” for occasional delights. To satisfy urges, eat a bite-sized treat quietly.
Most sweets are high in calories and simple sugars, lacking in vitamins, minerals, protein, and fiber.
Eat sweets without destroying your diet. Wellness requires healthy foods and natural ingredients. Better yet, create your own to oversee ingredients.
Sugary desserts lure us daily at smoothie shops and coffee cafes. Buyer beware: sugary drinks are a major source of added sugar.
Fiber in fruit stabilizes blood sugar and lowers cholesterol. Fresh or frozen mango, pineapple, or berries.
Protein and heart-healthy fats slow digestion, lower blood sugar, and reduce carbs.
Without sugar, whole grain sweets include fiber, vitamins, and minerals.