sugar free soda, budget friendly zevia, cheap healthy food

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As a personal health challenge, I’m giving up sugar for the entire month of January 2017. In the last few years, soda has crept into my life. My goal is to get it out of my life for good. It has no nutritional value, and it’s horribly addictive.

The documentary Fed Up is excellent motivation for kicking the sugar habit. Sugar is in so many foods. It’s even in chicken broth! Fed Up details the public health consequences that have come as a consequence of the rise in highly processed foods.

The authors of Trim Healthy Mama recommend Zevia, a stevia-sweetened soda alternative. It’s definitely a better choice than a regular soda, which is laden with high fructose corn syrup. However, Zevia is expensive!

Around the halfway point of my no sugar challenge, I decided to get creative.

My Aldi sells 12-packs of sparkling water for $2.99. I poured a can of the lemon flavored sparkling water into a glass, added one squirt of liquid stevia, and added some ice. The result is reminiscent of Sprite. I quite enjoyed my healthy treat.

What is your favorite trick to make healthy foods more budget friendly?

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