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... ing that there have been studies done which put a small question mark in my mind about stevia. It is a small question mark but I feel that whenever the safety of children is an issue I go overboard in being cautious. ... (13 replies)
... I was very worried about this and spoke with her doctor yesterday. The doc said it was perfectly safe and fine to allow my daughter the Splenda, as she needs to lose 20 pounds. However, I would opt for a healthier solution and would like to try the turbinado sugar. ... (13 replies)
... Hi! I thought I would pass along this info that my neurologist told me. I've been using Splenda for quite a while. My neuro suggested I stop because artifical sugars can cause numbness and tingling. ... (13 replies)

... I am sensitive to synthetic sweeteners and would never let a child of mine injest same. As for Splenda, it is distilled with chlorine. If you have no problem with that, fine. ... (13 replies)
... Turbinado and table sugar have pretty much the same glycemic index, which means they do the same thing to your body. ... (13 replies)
... I have a 10 year old daughter that is experiencing early puberty and menstrual cycles. Because of this, she has recently been gaining weight. ... (13 replies)
... thats the way,unfortunately,cattle and pigs are fattened. ... (13 replies)
... Please try not to give your daughter ANY artificial sweeteners. They are not healthy for adults and even less so for children. ... (13 replies)
... natural plant sugar. although I think raw turbinado sugar tastes sooo much better.lol. I had 3 stevia plants and enjoyed drying and crushing my own "sugar". ... (13 replies)
... Stevia is not an artificial sweetner. There is controversy about the tests that were conducted and many think it was the sweetner industry pressuring the FDA to keep Stevia out of the US. ... (13 replies)
... I Just Baught Stevia And It Is Great. ... (13 replies)
... I agree with "lderly man" and "wholegrain". Agave nectar, Stevia or Xylitol would be good choices for a sugar substitute and all have a low glycemic index. ... (13 replies)
Diet soda
Dec 20, 2002
... but I find that somewhat flat and cloying. ... (19 replies)




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