Anybody could have a reason for avoiding sugar. It may be to adhere to a weight-loss program or a diabetic patient's basic dietary guideline. Whatever the reason for wanting to avoid sweets is a personal matter, but the good news is, there's no need to torture that sweet tooth. There are sugar-free candies that can perform as well as their saccharide-laden counterparts. The better news is, you'll barely notice the difference!
Retro sweets are particularly ace at this. If you've always longed for those bagfuls of memorable sweets you used to equate happiness with as a child, you'll be thrilled to know that they're so back! And never mind if you're now hypertensive or diabetic. You may have changed a lot from the time they first landed on your tongue, but these sugar- free varieties still come with the same oomph!
Sugar Free Chocolate Limes are a certified favorite and has been so since those old-fashioned sweets weren't all that old. The tricky combination of chocolate and lime, which works so great on the palate, isn't only sugar-free but gluten-safe as well. If you've always yearned for those oh-so-yummy licorice sticks but are worried about the carbohydrate, have some Sugar Free Liquorice Toffees, instead. These are very close versions of the traditional favorite and they won't stop short of giving you the same satisfaction.
Plus, they're gluten-free. Remember Aniseed Balls? Now that you're a lot more health-conscious, you can have Sugar Free Mint and Aniseed which is simply a lovely mix of tongue-teasing flavors, only healthier. If you're still a sherbet fan at heart, dig into Sugar Free Sherbet Oranges for that same tang and fizz of the classic recipe. More fruity fantasies come true with Sugar Free Super Fruits boasting of the best oils and essences, from Strawberry, Blackcurrant, Lime, Orange to Lemon.
Wholesale retro sweets shops are keeping a constant stock of these healthier alternatives just in case you've made some lifestyle changes. Still, all that same sweet goodness of retro sweets will not be compromised. On the other hand, manufacturers have also maintained and even widened their healthy varieties with gluten-free candies. Gluten is a potential allergen that leaves an individual with an impaired ability to absorb vital nutrients by attacking the bowel's inner lining where absorption takes place. In children, allergic reactions can lead to poor appetite, weight loss and stunted growth. Initially, the symptoms manifest as diarrhea or constipation which further worsens the disease. In adults, effects usually include depression, fatigue, anemia, bone problems and mouth sores.