Kim Kardashian Quits Sugar – Here’s How To Give Up The Sweet Stuff

Make Like Kim Kardashian And Kiss Goodbye To Sugar


by Daniela Morosini |
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Here's your daily dose of Kim Kardashian news: she's thinking of giving up sugar. Perhaps a little late to the bandwagon, Kim tweeted about a documentary called 'Fed Up' which is pretty disparaging about the modern-day food industry.

It focusses on the causes of obesity, with particular interest given to sugar, which we all know is terrible. Kim's not the first star to abandon the sweet stuff; green juice advocate Gwyneth Paltrow has been crowing about agave for yonks, and heaps of models are following in her wake.

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Sugar is linked to basically every bad thing that can happen to your body, from obesity, poor concentration and insomnia to premature skin ageing, so it's no surprise Kim wants to quit it. Giving up sugar can massively improve your energy levels, feelings of bloating and all-around health.

BUT, it's so delicious. Never fear - we've put together a gallery of a quick ways to reduce the sugar content in your diet with compromising on taste. Cause we're just lovely like that.


The Best Sugar Free Diet Swaps

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Coconut Sugar

Loved by many an A-Lister, coconut sugar is a great alternative to normal sugar. Use it in baking or sprinkled on porridge to have a sweet treat without the blood sugar spikes. Biona Organic Coconut Sugar is available from Ocado for £2.99.

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Chocolate Mousse With Avocado

No, really, you read that right. Avocado has a great soft texture and easily (and naturally) sweetened. Try it with cacao powder and a little manuka honey for a delish and guilt-free treat.

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Cocktails With Agave

Agave has a lower GI than most sweeteners, and tastes much sweeter than sugar so you only need a little. It's a perfect substitute for lots of cocktail ingredients, like simple syrup.

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