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My Journey To Find The Perfect Sugar Free Vanilla Wafers

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This is a story about my search to find the healthiest sugar free vanilla wafers that exist. And the search is...well...a tough one!

I spent a while going through all the different sugar free products available on the net, sorry to say but there wasn't much to find.

I started with Murray'sBrand. The thing is, this brand was sweetened with Aspartame, which is not good for you at all.

I then moved on to Rugar'sbrand, only to find that it was sweetened with Nutrasweet (A brand name of Aspartame.)

2 down...no luck...

My 3rd choice that I found was Fifty-50 Sugar Free Wafers. So what were they sweetened with? Good old Diarrhea-inducing Sorbitol. Yuck! If you ate even just a few of these cookies you would find yourself rushing to the bathroom fairly quickly because Sorbitol CANNOT be absorbed by your body.

And the 4th and final sugar free product I found was Voortman Sugar free wafers, and once again we get stung by the slap of Sorbitol!

I'm sorry to say, but this search really isn't going well, and I can't seem to find any more products that are even sugar free (nonetheless healthy).

My Conclusion

So I have finally come to the conclusion that if you want to eat sugar free wafers, you are going to have to make them yourself!

This is something that I will be learning how to do in the near future (and teaching you as well!)

Sorry that I couldn't find a brand for you that is really, truly safe for you to eat. But I simply won't recommend something that I wouldn't feed to my own family (well...future family!)

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All websites are created for a purpose, and although I want to help as many people as possible live healthy, sugar free lifestyles, this website also helps benefit me mentally, spiritually, and economically.

If you're like me and have knowledge or experience that others would want, I can't speak highly enough about SBI!. It's allowed me to bake my passion for sugar-free recipes into an income-generating part-time hobby. Here's how I did it.

I hope my story can also be some sort of inspiration for you!