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5 Substitutions to Fulfill Your Sweet Tooth

From the Show: CLEAN Food Network
Summary: If you have a sweet tooth, giving up your favorite tweaks for the sake of health may seem impossible.
Air Date: 7/25/16
Duration: 10 Minutes
Guest Bio: Caryn Fine Sullivan, Healthy Living Expert
Caryn-SullivanCaryn Fine Sullivan is a wife, mother, writer, public speaker, former media executive, and cancer survivor who always finds a reason to smile.

An imperfect perfectionist, Caryn tirelessly seeks wholesome and reputable methods to improve her family’s overall health and well-being. With a storytelling-like style that’s easily consumable for the busy woman, her writing chronicles her enthusiastic search for a more-zen lifestyle.

As a longtime soap opera enthusiast and 17-plus year veteran of the sports and media industries, Caryn brings entertainment and great character to her daily life. She’s been seen dressed in a train costume while reading stories to her son’s class, leaving small notes behind to make her husband smile, and writing silly poems to motivate friends and co-workers.

A former Hostess Snowballs addict, Caryn now has a plant-based nutrition certification and a new-found love for green juices, avocados and hot yoga. She’s a contributor to the Huffington Post and has been seen on The Dr. Oz Show, HuffPost Live, WTNH-TV News Channel 8, Fox CT and News12 Connecticut as well as on her blog, PrettyWellness.com and YouTube channel.

Caryn lives in Connecticut with her husband and son.
5 Substitutions to Fulfill Your Sweet Tooth
If you have a sweet tooth, giving up your favorite tweaks for the sake of health may seem impossible.

However, there are plenty of substitutes you can use to make the transition.

Caryn Fine Sullivan, Healthy Living Expert, joins host Lisa Davis to share her top five picks.

  1. Medjool dates filled with nut butter
  2. Cacao chips
  3. Coconut milk or water
  4. Fruit
  5. Flavored seltzer water
Listen in as Caryn explains how you can use these ingredients to create your own yummy (yet healthy) treats.
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