#SUGARFREEFAMILIES CHALLENGE BY POMEGREAT - #Ad
If you have been watching our stories you probably know that we were invited to try the @pomegreat #SugarFreeFamiles challenge. It was a one week challenge for all the family. The idea for the challenge came about after the recently introduced sugar tax where drinks filled with a high amount of sugar will get a tax. This hopefully will reduce the amount of sugary drinks.
For the challenge we were asked to document our week while trying to reduce our daily sugar intake. It was tricky but we were willing to give it a try. If you missed my stories, don't worry as you can still see them in my highlights under the title, Pomegreat.
It was all great until Friday. We did well. However, Saturday and Sunday were very tricky for us to follow, especially for my girls because we were away for the weekend and also it was Bella's birthday on Sunday. So as you can imagine we weren't as #sugarfree as we wanted to be. So sorry about that as I guess we failed by the end of the week but I just wanted to say that the idea is really good. We did a good job during the week so if we can make small changes as a family to reduce our sugar consumption every day, it is still fantastic, don't you think? And of course it is great for you and your family.
One of the things we noticed while doing the challenge was that there are so many drinks that still contain a lot of sugar. Having juices like @pomegreat is great. They only use Stevia, a natural sugar alternative making the drink so much better for you and your family. It is tasty because it is made with fresh pomegranate and it has all the vitamins that you and your family will need. This was a lifesaver for us while doing this challenge. I really recommend you to also try it if you have the chance.
Also, If you have not done this challenge yet, I would love if you give it a go too. It could be nice to see if you can manage to reduce your intake of sugar. It is okay if you have days that are not easy to do (look at us, our weekend was a big failure) but at least trying to do something about it is what is important.
Have you tried to reduce your family sugar intake? #challenge