I have totally had to give up white sugar. It does a number on my body. It only took me years to figure that out. I honestly thought I was doomed to delicious drinks like Southern Sweet Iced Tea and Chocolate Cake — all because my health issues refuse to let me have those things.
There are a few little things that you can do to get rid of sugar if you are having issues like I was. Here are some changes that I recently made:
- Swtiched to whole wheat flour, pastas, and rice
- Removed all junk food and processed foods from my home
- Switched out my white sugar for Nevella to Go.
I recently discovered Nevella to Go and I must say that I love being able to slide it in my purse so that I can have a yummy, sweet drink anytime I want.
The taste is just as sweet as regular sugar — but get this girls — without all the extra added calories!
Portable Sweetening Just the Way You Want It’
New Nevella® Liquid Sweeteners To Go easy squirt bottles are just the right size to take with you in your purse or pocket so that you can sweeten at work, at a restaurant that doesn’t offer the sweetener you like, or wherever you are!
Just one squirt of liquid Monk Fruit, Stevia, or Sucralose and you get the same sweetness as a teaspoon of sugar but with ZERO calories or carbohydrates.
Another great thing about these liquid sweeteners is that they dissolve into a beverage and you don’t have to stir them like you would with a powdered sweetener.
Each of these items is exclusively available at your local Walmart Supercenter, try them all today!
The Nevella to Go comes in three tasty flavors
Which flavor would you like to taste? Out of the three I tasted, the Stevia is my favorite with the Monk Fruit as my second favorite.
I took the Sweetness To Go Challenge using Nevella To Go. These handy little bottles fit perfectly in your purse or pocket, come in stevia, monk fruit, and sucralose varieties, and best of all, they’re calorie, carbohydrate, and guilt free! Take the Sweetness To Go Challenge yourself and click here to get your $1 off coupon!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Nevella. The opinions and text are all mine.