Sugar Free Foods List – Sugar Free Detox Diet Plan
The handy sugar free foods list below will help guide you to eating sugar free. Generally you can eat almost any whole food (veggies, fruits, whole grains, beans, nuts/seeds, proteins) – but just remember to always read labels when looking for sugar free foods. Some pre-packaged foods (frozen or not) can contain sugar. Some things might surprise you – things you thought were sugar free, will contain sugar in the ingredients – or a derivative of sugar. Use this guide to learn 59 words for sugar – so you’ll know what to look out for in ingredients.
If you’ve got a sweet tooth, great sugar alternatives are:
- All Natural Stevia Powder
- Monk Fruit Powder
- Sweet Leaf Sweet Drops (stevia clear)
- Sweet Leaf Sweet Drops (chocolate)
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- Olive oil
- Coconut Oil
- Avocado Oil
- Coconut Butter
- Cocoa Butter
- sunflower oil
- safflower oil
- sesame oil
- peanut oil
- canola oil
- fish oil
- Macadamia Oil
- MCT Oil
- Fatty Fish
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Low Carb/No Sugar Condiments & Spices:
- All Natural Stevia Powder (sugar-free sweetener alternative)
- Monk Fruit (sugar-free sweetener alternative)
- hot sauce (any without added sugar)
- soy sauce
- cream cheese
- salsa (make sure no sugar is added)
- chili powder
- curry powder
Low Carb & High Fat Nuts
- Brazil Nuts
- Macadamia Nuts
Moderate Carb & High Fat Nuts
High Carb Nuts
Beef – Ground beef, roasts, steak, and stew meat.
Bacon/Sausage – Always check for added sugars, or cured in sugar – skip these.
Eggs – scrambled, hard/soft boiled, poached and fried are all good ways to cook an egg. Free-range is best.
Fish – catfish, cod, flounder, halibut, mackerel, mahi-mahi, salmon, snapper, trout, and tuna. Wild-caught is best, and the fattier the fish, the healthier it is for you on the keto diet.
Nut butter – A great alternative source of protein. Almond butter, peanut butter, sunflower seed butter, cashew butter, etc. Always shop for natural nut butter without added sugar.
Organ meats – kidneys, tongue, heart and liver. These contain high amounts of nutrients.
Poultry – Chicken, turkey, duck, quail, pheasant, goose, or other wild game.
Pork – Ham, pork chops, pork loin, ground pork and tenderloin. Avoid any with added sugars.
Shellfish/Seafood – Squid, shrimp, clams, lobster, oysters, crab, scallops and mussels.
Other meats/proteins – Veal, goat and lamb.
Vegetarian/Vegan protein sources: Tofu, tempeh, beans (no added sugars), legumes, lentils.
Low Carb Vegetables:
- swiss chard
- any dark leafy greens
- green bell pepper
- brussels sprouts
NOTE: Other Vegetables are fine to have, the above just contain the lowest sugar counts.
Lowest Carb Fruits:
- coconut (meat)
NOTE: Other Fruits are fine to have, the above just contain the lowest sugar counts.
Low Carb Snack Ideas:
- Celery with peanut butter
- Popcorn (fresh popped)
- Edamame (soybeans)
- Baby carrots
- Greek yogurt
- cottage cheese
- cold cuts (ham might contain sugar – always read labels)
- veggies dipped in cream cheese, guacamole or salsa
- roasted veggies
- veggie chips
- pickled vegetables (non sweet)
No Sugar Drinks:
- sparkling water
- coffee (black)
- tea (plain, no added sugar)
- club soda
- coconut water
Foods to Avoid on Sugar Free Foods Diet:
Sugar Free foods list of foods you should skip/avoid for best results. ALWAYS READ LABELS (on these foods especially).
- anything sugary, any sweets
- sugary drinks like soda or juice
- pre-packaged frozen foods
- canned foods
- boxed foods
- truvia is a sugar free substitute, however – always read the label on this brand as some of the products they make contain sugar also. I recommend trying MONK FRUIT SWEETENER instead.
thanks for sorting this list. it will help many people
Thanks I’ve been looking. For a chart like this for less sugar. Shirley