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Lifestyles of the Sugar Free

More people are making personal choices about sugar consumption. According to research conducted in 2011 by the International Food Information Council (IFIC) Foundation, 73 percent of Americans are trying to limit some types of carbohydrates, including sugar.* Whether you simply prefer to eat less sugar or you're watching your carbohydrate intake due to conditions such as diabetes, these tips and tools are for you.


Keeping Score

You know how important it is to monitor blood sugar. This glucose journal will help you keep track of daily levels.

Weighing In

Experts use Body Mass Index (BMI) to determine if a person is at a healthy weight. Use this calculator to find out your BMI score.

Carbs Count

Keeping tabs on carbohydrate intake at meals and during snacking is an important part of managing blood glucose levels. Use this calculator to see the carbohydrates and fiber content associated with various foods.

Burn It Up

Concerned about calories and weight? Use this calculator to find out how many calories you can burn by doing things like walking, dancing and gardening.


Kellogg’s Nutrition™ Fiber Tracker

As part of the Kellogg Company, Murray Sugar Free® knows how important fiber is to your overall well-being. Track your daily fiber with this tool created by our nutrition team.

Take The
Diabetes Quiz

Test your knowledge of diabetes, sugar, exercise, fiber and more. Take the quiz.

Know More
About Snacking

Learn more about nutrition, diabetes, healthy living and more by reading these articles from our Kellogg’s Nutrition team. Download the PDF.

Know More
About Diabetes

Learn more about nutrition, diabetes, healthy living and more by reading these articles. Download the PDF.


Facts About
Counting Carbs

Learn more about nutrition, diabetes, healthy living and more by reading these articles. Download the PDF.

5 Steps to
Simple Nutrition

Learn more about nutrition, diabetes, healthy living and more by reading these articles. Download the PDF.

Know More
About Snacking

You’ve got questions. Our nutrition team has answers. Check out some of the frequently asked questions.
Read on.

*International Food Information Council Foundation, 2011 Food & Health Survey.

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