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Walmart Sugar and Sugar Alternatives

Americans eat 150 pounds of sugar on average each year.

Sugar bogs down the liver, creates fatty liver, causes weight gain, and spikes insulin, which are all big health problems.

It’s cheap and we get addicted to it, but I’m going to show you how you can cut it out and still have sweet-tasting things.

There are great alternatives to sugar that you can find for a great price at Walmart. I’m going to show you some good brands, and some things to watch out for and avoid.

What To Avoid

I like to completely stay away from Splenda, because it’s only a couple of molecules away from being a complete chemical.

Many sweeteners made by Splenda, Nutrasweet, and Equal are artificial sweeteners, so I like to stay away from them.

I also like to stay away from the Truvia brand, because they add a lot of stuff in.

It has erythritol and stevia, which are natural flavors, but sometimes they’ll add maltodextrin, which I don’t like.

Monk Fruit (Lakanto)

I like monk fruit because it doesn’t create as much digestive system distress, and doesn’t spike insulin levels.

The reason I like Lakanto Monkfruit Sweetener is because it’s non-GMO, zero carbs, zero glycemic (which means it doesn’t spike your insulin and cause weight gain), zero calories, and keto-friendly.

It is a one-to-one sugar replacement that you can get in brown or white sugar varieties.

It’s going to be a lot more expensive, but if you’re using it in your coffee or in baking, you can make it last a long time.

The first ingredient is erythritol, which can cause some digestive disturbance, but it doesn’t spike your insulin levels.

This does have 8 grams of carbohydrates, but you can subtract the fiber and sugar alcohols, which gets you net-zero carbs.

It’s a great option because it lets you have sweet-tasting things without spiking your insulin.

Stevia (Pyure)

You can actually get Pyure Organic Granular Sweetener for a better price than some other sweetener options.

It contains organic erythritol, organic stevia leaf extract, and organic natural flavor.

This is a great option for a stevia-based sweetener, especially because it uses organic ingredients, which is something you want to look for.

You can still have sugar substitutes while avoiding artificial sweeteners that can create allergies and neurological problems.

Baking Chocolate (Lily’s)

These use unsweetened chocolate, erythritol, chicory root fiber, sunflower lecithin, vanilla extract, and stevia extract.

This shows you can still bake and enjoy sweet things while using natural, healthy ingredients.


You can get great prices on a couple of these brands at Walmart, so that you can eat healthy and avoid sugar without breaking the bank.

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