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Strawberry & Raspberry Chia
Your toast will get a boost if you spread it on there. Sweet strawberries perfectly matched with tasty raspberries.
Summerfruit & Chia
Fruity, sweet but a still a bit tangy, summerfruit is perfect to put into your porridge or smoothie in the morning
Blueberry & Chia
Cute little blueberries deliver some extra sweetness.
Great to use in desserts, smoothies or as a topping on your cheesecake.
Indulge innocently with our guilt free jammy selection
Can't decide which flavour to go for? Take advantage of our 3 for £15 offer.
They are all delicious so why not treat yourself as well as family and friends.
All of our products are hand-made in small batches to ensure premium quality.
Thank you @thejamgoddess for producing such top quality sugar free jam. All my family love it x
– Aisling F
I am a dental nurse and sugar is a big issue when it comes to dental care. I am so glad that The Jam Goddess has launched their products. #sugarfree #kindtoyourteeth.
– Ellison S.
These jams are awesome. I am totally impressed with their macros. I am a fitness professional so nutrition is extremely important to me. well done Jam Goddess
– James M
This is my daughter Alexandra. She loves your Summerfruit jam. And for me, it means a no fuss breakfast. Win win!
– Marianne F
'Just tried your strawberry & raspberry jam. Delish. Mmmhh...Interestingly, it was surprisingly sharp on the first mouthful but I believe that is because my brain is conditioned to super sweet 'normal' jam. This was really wonderful! I had it on half a toasted bagel btw. YUM
– Hugo P
Going sugar-free? Here's what you need to know!
January 15, 2018
Whether you suffer from diabetes or simply want to switch to healthier lifestyle, removing refined sugar from your diet is a great way to begin your journey. Numerous research show that cutting down on sugary foods aids weight loss and reduces your risk of common health issues associated with consuming sugars in excessive amounts. These are: diabetes cardiovascular diseases digestive problems autoimmune conditions There are few types of sugar free diet. Most people aim to reduce consumption of refined sugars only, which allows fruit (but not juices) and vegetables and restricts all added sugars, honey and processed foods that contain sugars. Others cut sugar completely, restricting all foods that have added sugars as well as fruit and any vegetables that contain natural sugars such as peas, carrots and parsnips. Why would anyone go this extreme? Two words: sugar addiction. In her popular blog, Goop, Gwyneth Paltrow cites sugar addiction as one of the reasons she decided to quit sugar completely. "The bottom line is that sugar works the addiction and reward pathways in the brain in much the same way as many illegal drugs," she writes. "Sugar is basically a socially acceptable, legal, recreational drug with deadly consequences." So, what's the best way to avoid sugar? avoid sugary snacks, such as such as fizzy and energy drinks, cakes, cookies, ice creams, pies, sweet rolls, pastries and donuts when baking cakes, reduce the amount of sugar in the recipe by a third try replacing sugar in recipes with extracts or spices, such as cinnamon, ginger, almond or vanilla replace sugar on cereal or oatmeal with fruit always read the ingredient list on food products before you purchase them. There are 56 different names of sugar and manufacturers are very clever when it comes to hiding added sugars from us, consumers. Check out Women's Health magazine infographic listing those names:
How to keep your New Year's Resolutions like a pro
January 03, 2018
December is the time to reflect on your past year’s behaviour and promise to make positive lifestyle changes. Now, the fact that you RECOGNISE some habits might need to go is a success on its own!
Create healthy habits and still be indulgent
Making small changes could not be easier.
The Jam Goddess was born to make your breakfast guilt free.