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OLIESDOG Posts: 533
1/7/13 10:38 A

honey

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1/7/13 10:29 A

I use a pinch of stevia.

MISSSVJS Posts: 546
1/7/13 9:45 A

I use xylitol, but not the variety derived from corn (since almost all corn in this country is genetically modified) - look for the variety derived from tree bark. It looks and tastes like sugar, but is low calorie and isn't supposed to spike blood sugar levels. Stevia is another option but some people don't care for the after taste.

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1/7/13 9:17 A

Hi,

Below are a couple of links to some SparkPeople articles that may help you decide. However if you are a diabetic, it is best to discuss you concerns with your doctor, registered dietitian or nurtitionist.

www.sparkpeople.com/resource/nutrition_art
icles.asp?id=289


www.sparkpeople.com/resource/nutrition_art
icles.asp?id=1203


I hope this helps!

Coach Nancy

TWININGS12 SparkPoints: (17,330)
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1/7/13 6:31 A

I am not sure what kind of sweetner to add to my tea. I am looking for the healthiest one that will not spike my sugar levels.

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