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Sneaky Sugars, Reducing Cost & Improving Health

October 16, 2018

MARQUIE AND HUTCH MAKE PEANUT BUTTER! 

 

Marquie has been with the Morris Cardio family for about 8 months and has been hearing a lot about what we like to call "sneaky sugars." These are sugars that exist in excess in foods that you would not suspect to be higher in sugar, or even have added sugar at all. A perfect example of this is peanut butter - a staple product for added unnecessary ingredients, and a "sneaky" contributor to your increased sugar levels. 

 

Marquie had heard staff member and office nutritionist detail that peanut butter only needs one ingredient [blended peanuts], and decided to try it out for herself for the first time! 

 

"I couldn't believe how easy and delicious it was...it was even toddler approved!"

 

[Marquie snapped this image before and after blending her peanuts! Click HERE to also watch a video of Hutch make homemade delicious peanut butter!]

 

You won't believe the incredible taste until you try it yourself! Not only does this cut down on cost of expensive peanut butters, but this is 100% better for your health (and your sugar). 

 

DON'T WANT TO BLEND YOUR OWN? That is also AOK! Try choosing a peanut butter off the shelf with only 1 or 2 ingredients (and no sugar). Now you know, that's all you need!

 

*One ingredient peanut butter, although healthy for you, still must be consumed within reason. Two tablespoons is typically a serving portion for peanut butter, and is a great source of healthy fats and proteins. 

 

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