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Muesli bars, flavoured yoghurts and chips are often jam-packed with added sugars and preservatives – but that doesn’t mean you have to say goodbye to your favourite snacks during the 8-Week Program. Here’s your guide to keeping your snacks low in sugar and high in nutrition.

Beef is one of the most popular, yet unsustainable, sources of food around the globe. But that doesn’t mean you have to take it off your plate just yet – luckily, there are a few things we can do to reduce our impact on the planet.

We’ll show you how you can enjoy a variety of organic products for $50 or less – we’re talking fruits, veggies, condiments, whole grains and fermented foods, the whole gamut! Here’s how.  

So, you’ve decided you’re finally ready to kick your sugar habit and are wondering how to make your goals a reality. Here’s everything you need to know, from getting off the stuff to staying off it.

Wild-caught salmon has been hailed for being more ethical, sustainable and nutritious than farmed salmon – but despite what the labels say, you might not be getting the real deal. Here’s what you need to know.

While our waistlines are growing, fructose-pushers are lining their pockets. The sugar industry is bigger than ever – here’s how businesses are profiting off our excess consumption of the sweet stuff – and the consequences we’re facing as a result.

There are easy swaps you can make to ensure your dressing is sugar-free, whether it’s homemade or bought in-store – here’s your guide to enjoying a tasty salad dressing – without the sugar crash.  

The foods we eat dictate everything from our energy levels to our sleep cycles. You could be disadvantaging yourself if sugary cereals and highly processed foods are your meals of choice – here are the whole foods to put on your plate instead.

If you’ve been intimidated by rising grocery costs, pricey health foods and confusing labels – this article is for you. We’ll be sharing 5 cheap tips to achieve your health goals.

If you’ve recently quit sugar – or are planning to – you’ve probably gotten bogged down on all the things you can’t enjoy, so we’re here to show you the silver lining. Here are 3 surprising things you can still do when you quit sugar.

Just because your groceries don’t have regular sugar listed in the ingredients, it doesn’t mean those artificial sweeteners are better for your health. In fact, there are a few not-so-sweet reasons to give these sweeteners the slip.

Did you know your lunch can be quick, affordable and tasty all at once? You don’t have to resign yourself to boring sandwiches and unseasoned salads to save money and time – here are a few tips to enjoying fast lunches that are good for your body, your wallet and your time.

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