Ideal No Calorie Sweetener – Review and Giveaway – Ends 7/20

I live in a household with two diabetics, and they can’t always consume the same things that I do. Ideal No Calorie Sweetener allows for diabetics to have an alternative to sugar.
About Ideal
Tastes so delicious it’s a Sweet Revolution™! And an easy way to reduce the amount of sugar in your diet. Today, more sugar is consumed in the United States than ever before. Obesity trends indicate that high sugar intake may lead to weight gain which is a risk factor for heart disease, diabetes, and cancer.** Cut back on your sugar consumption by switching to Ideal® no calorie sweetener.
Ideal® cooks and bakes more like sugar than the leading no calorie sweetener. Our granular blend measures cup-for-cup like sugar and comes in a recloseable bag. In addition to our white granulated sweetener, we also offer Ideal® Brown and Ideal® Confectionery. And one packet of Ideal® sweetens like two teaspoons of sugar, and dissolves like magic in hot and iced beverages. With Ideal® it’s easy—and delicious—to satisfy your sweet tooth without the guilt!

For review, I was sent 100 packets of Ideal No Calorie Sweetener. Each packet sweetens like 2 teaspoons of sugar. This is suitable for people with diabetes. The difference is XYLITOL! Xylitol is a natural sweetener found in fruits and vegetables. Your body produces xylitol everyday. Xylitol looks, taste and dissolves like sugar in beverages, on fruit and in cereal. Clinical studies show that xylitol may provide health benefits.
Ideal – 1 packet. Sugar – 2 teaspoons.
Ideal – 0 calories. Sugar – 30 calories.
Ideal – 1.5g carbs. Sugar – 7g carbs.
It tastes just like sugar. I love that even though I’m not diabetic, I can still enjoy it without feeling like I HAVE to. You can use it JUST like you use sugar – on your fruit, with baking, and in your cereal. This is a must-have alternative to sugar!!
Purchase It
You can purchase Ideal No Calorie Sweetener on Amazon, No Carb Connoisseur, and Netrition.

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GIVEAWAY ENDS JULY 20TH AT 11:59PM (CENTRAL TIME). The winner will be chosen at I will e-mail the winner, and they will have 48 hours to claim their prize.

Disclaimer: I received the above product(s) above from Ideal free of charge in order to facilitate an honest review. No other compensation was received. All opinions are my own.


  1. says

    It bakes better than the other sugar replacements. We use Splenda. Would like to compare. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway

    dianad8008 AT gmail DOT com

  2. says

    I learned that there is a recipe section on the website. There is a recipe for cream cheese frosting I'd love to try!

    runningmatey at hotmail dot com

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