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You tell them sista, they need to drop the price. I'm not a diabetic but I have family who are and I financially support them and the price of this stuff is crazy. I have to buy about 6 of these a month and I'm going broke
I just using this product and its amazing. I agree with you on the price but I found Amazon had it for around 5.50.. Just a friendly FYI
I love this product!! It now comes in a liquid form as well... no aftertaste. The price could definitely be more reasonable, but I pay it and stock up when I catch a sale.
Sasha what happened to the original title photo for this video?. It used to say Splenda review and now it doesn't.
. Have you ever tried Stevia? Check Stevia vs Splenda
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Awesome Review, I hope you Continue feeling and Doing better. Have a Beautiful Evening
Hello, I want to thank you so much for doing a review on this product, I was wondering how it was I will be purchasing it, hope you have a good day!!!!!
This was actually insightful. I've been trying to research for video that breaks down the stuff in this video! Your vid is like the content of Dr. Ethan. Ethan's demonstrations are for sure educational and I learned a lot for wellness.I recommend you check out his YT out and give the doc a like over here! #DoctorEthanOnYouTube
I drink a lot of coffee and I like it sweet. I've tried to cut back on the sugar intake by using just milk, half n half, or almond milk and I just don't enjoy it as much. I realized I drink so many excess calories in my day just from coffee and I'm trying to lose some weight that I've gained so I've been experimenting with artificial sweeteners. My entire life I've hated the taste of artificial sweeteners and I can detect them in almost anything. So until now it's always been sugar. I also thought that aspartame was linked to cancer so that also worried me. With that said, in an attempt to cut back on these coffee calories, I researched and found that stevia might be a good choice. I bought some pure stevia and tried it in my coffee and it is TRULY disgusting. However, I did find that in smoothies or other thicker things it is undetectable so I use it for that. Now I've bought some truvia which is mostly erythritol and a bit of stevia. It tastes much better in coffee and I think I've found something that will work for me. I also love lattes so I bought a milk frother and I have frothed some whole milk and used that in my coffee with half a packet of truvia and it is so satisfying. Now I don't feel like I have to worry as much if I overdo the coffee. I haven't had any digestive issues at all from it.
I only use the smallest amount recommended of sweetener in my hot drinks, I hardly drink diet sodas, and I feel fine so far, fingers crossed. Once a week I have something sweet and a cappuccino with sugar.
Okay. If I use Sugar Twin, I need one packet per cup(mug) of coffee. So that turns out to be 12 packets per 12 cups. However, when making the coffee, if I just empty 3 packets into the coffee grinds, and then make the coffee, I get coffee that is even sweeter than one packet per cup. So to get things just right, I am down to using just only 2 1/2 packets per 12 cups. So my box of Sugar Twin lasts 4.8 times longer.
I was obese a lot of my life, since I switched from sugar to sweeteners while combining a diet rich in fruits, veggies, healthy fats and lean proteins i will never look back. Honestly the sweeteners are just like a spice to me to flavour my food better. This is so I can make a healthier version of foods I like without adding all the calories. Lost 120 pounds kept it off and fruit and veggies also taste delicious to me still.
The research on artificial sweeteners sucks bruh
I still use stevia, but have completely stopped using artificial sweeteners like aspartame as it was causing headaches and even joint pain! Ive noticed my sugar cravings have actually reduced since I allow myself to eat regular desserts whenever I want
Stevia is 100% natural especially crushed green leaf or liquid. You can grow it in your back yard. White care sugar is really processed so much that I would identified as artificial. Also please pronounce Stevia correctly. Cravings occur when the candida in your body needs to feed on sugar, thus cravings.
I'm glad you did this video, I've been so confused anytime I look up foods that contain artificial sweeteners and see reviews/comments saying they are poison. I honestly wasn't sure if it was true, and these people are so vocal about it. Seeing this video makes me feel better about choosing to consume these sweeteners. And I absolutely agree about consuming them in moderation just as you would with regular sugar. I still eat sugar as well! When I am baking or eating desserts I would typically use/eat sugar. But there's just a few select products I've found where the artificially sweetened versions simply fit into my diet better or even taste better to me. They aren't things I eat everyday or in large portions, so it feels good to confirm that eating them in moderation like this isn't known to have any detrimental effects.
My mom doesnt let me chew gum because she says aspartame can give you cancer. Can someone help me figure out if thats at all true or not? ty!
I see people who are trying to switch from high glycemic and high insulin to the lower part of the index and then wean off as they can control, their hunger responses more, Me, I was a horrible latte drinker and drank my sweet for a long time. I had to learn to drink my coffee with just cream to kick that sugar habit. While I use monk fruit and and stevia, but not often. I just dont have the desire. I am not sure I would like a sweet coffee any more, I agree, now that I cut the sweet in my lattes, I am turned off by some sweet and enjoy the natural sweet in fruits.
She's no Dr. Ekberg LOL But she sure is hot ;O)
Hi please respond, is vegetable glycerin good to use as a sweetener? I dont really want to use honey or artificial sweeteners
As someone who has and still struggles with binge eating relapses/episodes. Sweetners initially helped me lose weight. However the knock on effect was becoming dependent on artificially sweetened syrups/drinks to fill a gap to the point where they have actually started triggering cravings for sweeter foods and binge foods. Im still struggling with wheening off the sweet stuff and its embarresing that it is almost like an addiction. Wish i knew how to truly break the cycle
Well, my generation has been eating these artificial sweeteners for 40 years.We are the genny pigs to be studied.
So, if I were to use one word to describe your video, it would be..... sweet.
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I'd put my money on Fructose Syrup as the culprit that has creaded the Type Ii epidemic. It seems when people back in the day, (the 50's), started eating fast food with catsup or other condiments that have Fructose Syrup in them, BBQ Sauce, Pancake Syrup, etc. that is when Type II really got going.
So I know, Pink, Blue, Green, Brown and Yellow. What color wrapper is Monk Fruit?
I'm also an RD. I've found all the data showing correlation interesting, and wanted to see what might personally happen if I backed off on sweeteners. I switched mostly to sparkling water, but found that even after trying it for months I just missed the soda and didn't see much change in my other behaviors. If anything I just ended up using a little juice with my sparkling water instead(not awful, but clearly my body still wanted some sweet flavor). Now I just do both because I don't see the usefulness in putting effort toward something that doesn't seem to be yielding any benefits for me personally. I always say people should be aware of the information and then see what works for them. Also, I've gotten used to drinking my coffee with cream and no sugar, and haven't really enjoyed going back to stevia in my coffee for some reason. My sweetness tolerance seems variable depending on the food category.
Your have purposely not researched this topic - not even surface-level. You are using the the Tobacco Effect: insufficient studies, observational studies, obfuscation, and cherry-picking. Surprise! Surprise! There are no sources cited in your presentation, or description notes. This is a Big Sugar ad.