FOOD & DRINK Product Review

My No Added Sugar Diet with Sweet Defeat (Review)

November 22, 2018

If you have been following along my social media channels you would have heard me talk about my journey in trying to eliminate added sugar from my diet.

So far, eight months strong and though at times I have given in to enjoy a slurp of my favourite pistachio Ice-cream or a good size chocolate bar it’s been one of those journeys I’m happy I have started. So far, it is challenging but not impossible.

A few weeks ago, I shared this with the Sweet Defeat team, to which I am now trying out their spearmint daily in-take to suppress any sugar cravings. Here is my experience with it so far.

Overview of Sweet Defeat

The carton states that sweet defeat is a sugar suppressant which in simpler terms helps to reduce your cravings for sugar.

Directed to be taken in small doses, Sweet Defeat is a spearmint plant-based supplement that quickly dissolves and takes effect shortly after.

Over the last couple of days, I gave it a try to see how this would take effect and to my surprise, it works.

My Experience with Sweet Defeat 

2-3 spearmint is required to be taken for the effect to be 100% in place. Since I have already started my 8-month long journey an intake of 1 per day worked just fine for me. My cravings for sugar are not that high to begin with.

The intakes are a breeze and they melt away quickly. From the feeling of it, it somewhat tricks your taste buds into thinking “sweet” is not that sweet after all.

To add, I did try a Vitamin water which has 35grams of added sugar. The taste itself changed completely that what it was before. This is Sweet Defeat in full effect.

For all the holiday festivities and gatherings, Sweet Defeat serves as a great add-on to have with you as you go through this season. A healthy sugar-free Thanksgiving & Christmas season should be the aim.

Would I recommend?

Sweet Defeat requires a constant intake for it to be effective, 2-3 doses to be full- effect. The carton comes with 30 individuals and is meant to be taken right after a meal or snack.

However, if you are a fresh starter and you are trying to wean yourself off sugar, I recommend giving it a try on a short-term basis. You should be good to go after a few tries.


Product: Sweet Defeat 

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    Reply Riley December 10, 2018 at 8:34 pm

    Why before meal if it’s meant to help cut sugar?

    • Shea Powell
      Reply Shea Powell December 10, 2018 at 9:46 pm

      Hi Riley,

      It’s meant to be taken after meals.

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