Diabetes Drink - 3 Sugar Free Drink Solutions 297 Summary: Don't you just hate it when you ask for a sugar free drink in a pub or restaurant and all they've got to offer is diet cola or water? Or you're offered a pure fruit juice - "Well, that's sugar free - isn't it No it isn't - the sugar that occurs naturally in fruit juice is very high and that will play havoc with your blood sugar levels. But here are a few drinks you might like to try... diabetes drinks,sugar free recipes,diabetic recipes,diabetic menu Don't you just hate it when you ask for a sugar free drink in a pub or restaurant and all they've got to offer is diet cola or water? Or you're offered a pure fruit juice - "Well, that's sugar free - isn't it No it isn't - the sugar that occurs naturally in fruit juice is very high and that will play havoc with your blood sugar levels. But here are a few drinks you might like to try... I got so fed up of the standard cola offer, I decided to experiment with mixing the different sugar free drinks that are available and you might like to try these alternatives to 'just cola'. 1) The first experiment I tried was to mix a diet cola and diet tonic water in the same glass. Then I added ice and lemon. The mixture gives a slightly sharper taste and it makes a very long and refreshing drink on a hot summerís day. 2) Then I tried splitting a pure orange fruit juice (you could also try pineapple or tomato juice) with a friend and added sparkling water to my half of the juice. You could also try mixing your juice with diet tonic water. 3) If you want to make a refreshing drink at home, this pineapple slushy will hit your dry spot: Take 1 can sugar-free ginger ale, add 1/4 cup of unsweetened pineapple juice and ice cubes. Place in a blender and blend until the ice-cubes are crushed and you get a slushy mixture. Why not experiment with other unsweetened fruit juices? And, if you want a little bit more of a kick, you could add rum extract to give it more flavor. If you have any more ideas or recipes for sugar-free drink I would really love to hear about them.

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