What is low sugar?
The NHS defines low sugar as no more than 5g of sugar per 100g. In our modern diets we tend to eat too much sugar, as many foods and drinks have added sugars. This is why it’s good to be aware of the ingredients in everything we eat, and keep an eye on the sugar content.
How do I cut out sugar?
If you’ve been thinking of cutting out sugar completely from your diet, our low sugar snacks might be a healthier way of easing yourself into it. Going from one extreme to the other could risk demotivating side effects such as energy lows, mood swings and unhelpful cravings. Slowly reducing the amount of sugar you’re including in your daily routine is a more mindful and considered way of adopting a healthier diet.