If you’re seeking to reduce your caloric intake, then sugar substitutes are worth a look. Sweeteners like sucralose and stevia are 200 to 600 times sweeter than granulated cane sugar, and they contain 0 to 5 calories per 1 g serving. When used... Read more
Do you feel like you are surrounded by sweets? Cookies, ice-cream, candy, soda and other sugary treats are everywhere, along with the extra calories and simple carbohydrates they contain. For people with diabetes and those trying to cut calories and... Read more
The sweetener stevia has plenty of dedicated followers. Who can blame them? For years, food and supplement manufacturers have advertised stevia as all natural, calorie free and safe for people with diabetes. To many people, stevia seems like a win-wi... Read more
If you're trying to lighten your caloric load or lose weight, are you destined to days of tasteless cookies, or—worse—a life without sweets and treats?
Of course not! There are plenty of ways you can substitute lower-calorie ingr... Read more
If you’re watching your calorie intake, the most problematic part of your anatomy may be your sweet tooth. Our bodies are hard-wired for an attraction to sweet foods since sweetness signals that we’re taking in the calories (energy) neede... Read more
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With many failed weight loss attempts of no sugar with artificial sweeteners in the diet it still left me with intense sugar cravings a... Read more
This is a little off topic, but the less you get sick, the better you feel, the easier it is to stay focused on your eating habits
A little over a year ago I quit artificial sweeteners and started making my own Colloidal Silver and drinking i... Read more
Should I be using these or not? If not what are my options? I don't like my coffee or tea without something to sweeten them. Sweetened creamers add too many calories. Stevia doesn't taste good. Splenda does but I hear that it is not good for you... Read more
I love my coffee and tea, but I can't drink it without sugar. What sweeteners do you suggest? I have heard so many different stories about them being bad for you, are there any that aren't so bad?... Read more
Dr Mark Hyman Says "Stop confusing your body. If you have a desire for something sweet, have a little sugar, but stay away from “fake” foods. Researchers found that the total food eaten over 14 days dramatically increased in the artificial sweetener... Read more
I turned the corner and headed down aisle #6--the baking section of my local grocery store--eyes peeled for the "new kid" on the shelf. The new zero-calorie sweetener, Nectresse from the makers of Splenda. There it was, in canister an... Read more
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