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Say NO to Sugar Substitutes. by Karen H. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 14 Oct 2008 4:03am   Each October I am reminded of sugar, it’s prevalence in our lives and the health damage it can cause along the way. Some might ask what's the big deal about sugar. Truthfully, if eaten in moderation absolutely nothing is wrong with it.  Moderation. That means very occasionally.  This is not the case for most Americans.  An explora ... Read on »
Do NOT Eat Sugar Substitutes by Karen H. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 14 Oct 2009 10:00pm   Each October I am reminded of sugar, it’s prevalence in our lives and the health damage it can cause along the way. Some might ask what's the big deal about sugar. Truthfully, if eaten in moderation absolutely nothing is wrong with it.  Moderation. That means very occasionally.  This is not the case for most Americans.  An explora ... Read on »
Sugar Substitutes NOT a Healthy Alternative. by Karen H. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 26 Oct 2010 4:42am Each October I am reminded of sugar, it’s prevalence in our lives and the health damage it can cause along the way. Some might ask what’s the big deal about sugar. Truthfully, if eaten in moderation absolutely nothing is wrong with it.  Moderation. That means very occasionally.  This is not the case for most Americans.  An exploration ... Read on »
New Alternative to Sugar & Sugar Substitutes Hits Market by VibrantGlow Patient Expert Posted Thu 16 Oct 2008 7:58pm The other day as I was looking for agave nectar at Whole Foods, I noticed a new sweetener sitting on the grocery shelf. It's called erythritol. Intrigued by the discovery, I decided to do some research. I found that it just might be a good option for people avoiding sugar, but don't want to live without a little sweet stuff in their live ... Read on »
Top #26 Best Ways 2 Beat Bloat~Banish Your Belly~ #14 "Throw Away Sugar Substitutes" by islandgurl Posted Sun 22 Jul 2012 2:46pm Top #26 Best Ways To Beat Bloat~Banish Your Belly.. #14 Throw Away Sugar Substitutes Sugar substitutes such as xylitol, manitol, maltitol, isomalt, lactitol, mannitol, erythritol tend to be found in sweet tasting products marketed as low calorie, low-carb and sugar-free such as gum, cookies, snack bars, hard candy and flavored water b ... Read on »
Healthy Sugar Substitutes by VibrantGlow Patient Expert Posted Thu 16 Oct 2008 7:58pm Nearly five years ago I kicked the processed sugar habit. It was a hard decision to make, but after being enslaved to the sugar high for most of my life and trying for about 12 years to make the break, I finally did it. The first year without sugar I warded off any form of sweets. Now I will occasionally take a bite of my husband's desser ... Read on »
Faking It with Sugar Substitutes... by Jeff C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 29 Sep 2008 9:56pm Faking It with Sugar Substitutes Artificial sweeteners may be safe, but are they healthy? Written by RealAge, Inc., peer-reviewed by Dr. Axel Goetz, October 2004 When you're on a diet, the "no-sugar" label on many packaged foods can be tempting. Sometimes no sugar means not sweetened. And sometimes it means the food has been sweetene ... Read on »
How healthy are your Sugar Substitutes? by Jeff C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 17 Nov 2009 10:00pm Faking It with Sugar Substitutes Artificial sweeteners may be safe, but are they healthy? Written by RealAge, Inc., peer-reviewed by Dr. Axel Goetz, October 2004 When you're on a diet, the "no-sugar" label on many packaged foods can be tempting. Sometimes no sugar means not sweetened. And sometimes it means the food has been swe ... Read on »
Choosing the Sugar Substitute That's Best for You by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Sat 08 Sep 2012 10:34am According to the US Department of Agriculture, the average American adult should consume no more than 1.4 ounces of sugar per day. That adds up to 32 pounds per year which, if you've ever lifted a 32-pound bag of anything, is a considerable amount of food. The awful truth, though, is that the average American adult consumes 156 ... Read on »
How healthy are your Sugar Substitutes? by Jeff C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 5:39pm Faking It with Sugar Substitutes Artificial sweeteners may be safe, but are they healthy? Written by RealAge, Inc., peer-reviewed by Dr. Axel Goetz, October 2004 When you're on a diet , the "no-sugar" label on many packaged foods can be tempting. Sometimes no sugar means not sweetened. And sometimes it means ... Read on »