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Organic Sweeteners

So far I have warned you about artificial sweeteners and the dangers to our health and weight. Some of you might ask, is anything out there safe to consume without losing extra weight or affecting our health and weight?

Here are some high-calorie alternatives, most likely not for people with diabetes.

Maple syrup is considered to be the only large, sustainable forest sweetener in the world. It is one of the richest sources of minerals found in any sweetener, buying organic.

Organic cane molasses are another sweetener that is rich in vitamins and minerals and has been said (like fresh cane) to have an "anti-stiffness factor" that damages calcification.

Coconut sugar is also available as a sweetener, but is usually heat processed, so try to find raw coconut sugar.

In South American countries Stevia has been used as a natural sweetener for centuries as well as in Japan. It is becoming increasingly popular in many countries because of the zero glycemic index and zero calories. Don't let cancer cells grow with sugar and fat. So we have to be careful about the amount of sugar we eat as well as the amount of fat.

Be wary of products that are natural and non-organic. Remember that if the product is processed, it will most likely contain supplements and chemicals that are detrimental to our health in general.

Do we realize that big sugar companies are donating large sums of dollars, at any rate to both political parties, to ensure that Congress continues to raise tariffs on foreign sugar so that the sugar industry in the United States can charge higher prices. they benefit from companies that produce corn syrup (fructose) which is a sugar substitute and adds to many of the products we eat, such as candy, soda, etc. Corn syrup is a cheaper sweetener. Read the label!

Sucralose (Splenda) has been one of our favorite sugar substitutes today, but according to some studies, Sucralose changes the intestinal microflora and "causes a lot of bad effects," including weight loss. We have found more and more that people who drink regularly with artificial sweeteners, gain weight instead of lose it. Is this what we want to take?

The more you read and research, like any topic, there are pros and cons, but I tend to lean, for the sake of our health, to the premise that sucralose is a compound of organokloride. and that most of the derivatives of this type of compound are INSECTICIDES, PUBLICATIONS and PESTICIDES.



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