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Sugar Free Sunday & Visualize The Sugar In Drinks

Welcome to one of the sweetest weekly virtual potluck get-together ever! We host Sugar Free Sunday every week to exchange incredible sugar free recipes to inspire everyone to start the week right!

I think often pictures convey a message much simpler than words. I’d like you to consider the following picture (especially the highlighted parts)

And now look at what those numbers really mean.

Sugar in drinks Source http://i.imgur.com/WIjT0.jpg

How do you participate in the virtual potluck?

  • Link your recipe post (NOT your homepage) if it does not use refined sugar. Your blog does not have to be entirely sugar free, just the dish you’re sharing!
  • Please link back to this get-together somewhere in your post’s text. It’s a great way to invite your readers to the fun!
  • Sign up for free to our new venture Velvet Aroma. It’s a visual way to read the blogs you love and really bring their recipes into your kitchen.
  • See all the details on our Sugar Free Sunday page.

We’re so excited to see what you’re cooking….. Sugar Free!

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5 Responses to Sugar Free Sunday & Visualize The Sugar In Drinks

  1. Thanks so much for hosting!

    ‘Visualize the Sugar in Drinks’. YES. I haven’t drunk soda for years now but I saw this one time at a health conference and it blue my mind.

    Linked up my post, ’15 WAYS I USE COCONUT OIL EVERY DAY’

    Enjoy!

    http://littleowlcrunchymomma.blogspot.com/2012/10/15-ways-i-use-coconut-oil-every-day.html

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  3. I linked up a gf & df recipe for super delicious pancakes. No refined sugar here. Even an option for egg free. I actually prefer the taste this way. Flax seeds rock!

  4. Thanks for hosting! This week I shared my recipe for “Twice-Baked” Faux-tatoes. Made from cauliflower, they are a delicious and low-carb alternative to potatoes.

    http://www.annemariecain.com/twice-baked-faux-tatoes/

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