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I do believe that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Start your day in the best possible way with these delicious sugar free breakfast recipes. A healthy breakfast will give you more energy throughout the morning and will keep you feeling full until lunchtime. Learn how to make sugar free porridge, awesome health boosting smoothies, ice cream with only natural sugars and super yummy pancakes.

Enjoy these delicious cakes with no added sugars

To be on a sugar free diet doesn't mean that eating cakes is out of the question. There are plenty of ways to sweeten your cake without adding sugar, like with xylitol, stevia, erythritol, dates or bananas. Make a choice out of one of our tasty sugar free cakes. They are full of healthy ingredients and absolutely free from added sugars.
End your meal well with these sugar free desserts. A sugar free diet doesn't mean not being able to enjoy a good sweet from time to time. Often, you can use natural sweeteners such as medjool dates, bananas or dried fruits to bring your sweets up to taste. Sometimes it is a good idea to use sugar substitutes like stevia, xylitol, erythritol to give your dessert a deeper and richer sweetness. These replacements are low glycemic alternatives for table sugar.
If you want to start your day in a healthy way, then check out our breakfast smoothies which will boost your energy and immune system. All of our drinks contain no added sugar at all. Most of them have natural sweeteners, such as banana or dates. Some smoothies might contain xylitol, stevia or erythritol for extra sweetness.
The Food Hourglass (Dutch title De Voedselzandloper) is a book by the Belgian physician Kris Verburgh from 2012. This is the book that originally motivated me to start a sugar free diet. The Food Hourglass clearly explains why eating too much sugar or even a little bit of sugar can be dangerous for your health. The Food Hourglass diet is not only free from sugars, but also from pasta, rice, potatoes and bread. Cow milk and cheese are also avoided by Verburgh.  
More and more people are discovering that they are gluten intolerant, have celiac disease or are otherwise sensitive to gluten. Most people in the western world eat gluten for all three of their daily meals. This is probably one of the reasons why gluten sensitivity is now so prevalent in the west. Gluten is a type of protein that is part of many grains, such as wheat, barley, rye. Other grains, such as rice, millet and gluten free oats do not contain gluten. All are gluten free recipes contain only contain gluten free grains. Some of these recipes contain oats. If you are wondering if oats are gluten free? Then check out this post about oats. If you have gluten intolerance, always make sure you use gluten free oats.
Main courses do not generally contain a high amount of sugar, but that does not always mean that they are healthy. Most main dishes are made with refined grains, such as pasta or rice, or they contain far more fat, milk or cheese than is good for our health. These main courses are of course without sugar, but also free from refined grains and unhealthy fatty acids. We have many vegan dishes as well for who doesn't eat animal products.
Most of my sugar free recipes are also vegan. All these recipes are free from meat, fish, eggs, dairy products, honey and other animal products.