EASY SUGARY DRINK SWAPS

Remove sugary drinks from your house to avoid temptation.

Swap juice with a piece of fruit and water.

Sports drinks are unnecessary for all ages. Swap sports drinks with sliced fruit and water.

If your kids struggle to get off sugary drinks, try Stevia-sweetened chocolate or strawberry milk flavourings for the transition.

Avoid store bought smoothies - instead, blend a banana or berries with some milk and cinnamon.

Take a drink bottle with you whenever you leave the house.

Remember you can often buy a single serve drink carton of plain milk at convenience stores.

Rethink your alcoholic drinks - low sugar options include wine and spirits.

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