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Best Uses of Organic Coconut Sugar in Sweets
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Never believed I could do it... but I have. Thanks to David!
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Best Uses of Organic Coconut Sugar in Sweets
Bulk organic coconut sugar is light brown in color and all natural sweeteners that taste a bit like brown sugar.  Organic sugar is used to sweeten your favorite beverages, sauces and dishes.To know More: http://bit.ly/1LkG6H7  Laughing  Laughing  Laughing
new to this
but I binge on sugar so much 2ltr coke a day sometimes, packet of biscuits, chocolate bars its affecting my moods now

any one got nay tips??
Never believed I could do it... but I have. Thanks to David!
I have been addicted to sugar ever since I can remember - and I am over 50. Even when I was able to cut down, I still hung onto fruit juice, dried fruit and honey, sincerely believing them to be "good for me".

I bought "The Sweet Poison Quit Plan" months ago - probably more than a year ago, intending to read it when I had time, perhaps when I finished my degree, but I passed and gained a qualification, and started a new job, last August. Once my induction period was over, ...
Innocent Smoothies & Processed Meat
I'm new to all this, 10 days in, struggling a bit but sticking with it.

I have two questions if anyone has a moment to help me out :

1. Where do smoothies fit in to Fructose-Free Land? Taking something like this as an example :

https://www.innocentdrinks.co.uk/...erries-strawberries-boysenberries

obviously there is a lot of sugar, but does the fibre stay with the smoothie and null it out, at least to some degree?

2. Secondly, processed mea ...
Appetite Control
The soya meat and soy bean cheese are very close to beef by their amino acid composition, and they are the excellent source of protein for vegetarians.  Moreover, they are low-calorie: 300 kcal per 100 g of the product, agreeably. 100 g of soya meat and soy bean cheese contains 34 g and 52 g of protein. This kind of protein is well taken up. The runner beans, lentils, chickpea are also good sources of protein. They are also rich in calcium and phosphorus. There is lots of useful information ...
Vitafiber
Hello, I fast for 12 hours per day and have my first "meal" at midday.  Since January I have shed 8 kg by logging calories into "MyFitnessPal" app... My first two meals of the day are protein bars.

They give me flatulence and are chock full of rubbish.  I'd like to make my own however I keep getting information that tells me I should be using "Vitafiber".  This sounds suspect as it is GMO and:

"Isomalto-oligosaccharide (IMO) is a mixture o ...
A2 Milk
The lactose comes pre-digested as galactose and glucose (the two sugars which combine to make lactose).  This of course means that lactose intolerant people need no longer worry about their lack of enzymes.  As far as I can tell Zymil does not contain sucrose or fructose.
Losing weight and building muscle.
So, I have been on a low calorie diet for about 3 months now and I've lost 50 lbs. I'm honestly only taking in 700-1000 calories a day. I know it's super low, but I don't really feel like it's having a negative effect on me in any way. I'm wanting to start building muscle, but I'm afraid if I eat more, I'm just gonna gain more fat because I would be intaking more calories. Is this something I should be afraid of? Or will all the food go directly into my muscle?
Hello from a UK Newbie
Hi everyone. I'm Sarah, and I've been mostly fructose free since the WHO guidelines for added sugar were revised down to around 6 teaspoons per day for adults around the middle of last year.

My partner and I have been gradually tweaking our diets to remove as much fructose as we can, as well as limiting processed food, seed oils and refined flour. We've never felt better.

I'm currently reading David's first book, and have the Quit Plan next on my "to read" pile.  Smile
DEXTROSE QUESTION
Hi,
I have found that I nearly always at least halve the sugar/dextrose when baking something as it ends up too sweet otherwise (mostly a 1/3 now). I don't usually eat sweets, and usually just cook it for the benefit of others, as if I served up something I considered sweet, they would probably pull faces.  
Not sure about the marshmallows as the dextrose probably forms part of the structure.  It really is a case of try it.  Let us know if you have success with lowering the dext ...
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