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Unprocessed & minimally refined sugars and whole-food sugars

by Cat, Feb 2008 (Photo, right, from Wikimedia Commons) This includes dehydrated sugar cane juice such as Rapadura (raw organic cane sugar); honey, real maple syrup, molasses, malted barley, sorghum, and coconut crystals. Also high-sugar whole foods: date ‘sugar’ and sweet dairy whey. … Continue reading

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Non-Sugar Sweeteners (About)

By Cat, Feb 2008 (Image, right, from Amazon (23)) This article discusses: Natural sweeteners: stevia, date sugar, lo han (from monk fruit), sugar alcohols such as erythritol, and xylitol; and Synthetic sweeteners (which I do not recommend): sucralose (Splenda brand), aspartame … Continue reading

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Processed sugars (about)

by Cat, Feb 2008 (Photo, right, from Wikimedia Commons) See also: 1. Unprocessed & minimally-refined sugars (about); 2. Stevia (about); 3. Non-sugar sweeteners (about) Includes: 1. White & Brown Sugars; 2. Cane vs Beet Sugars; 3. Sweet Dairy Whey; 4. Dextrose; 5. Levulose; 6. Corn … Continue reading

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Stevia (about) – a natural substitute for sugar

By Cat, July 2007 (Photo, right, from Wikimedia Commons) See also Unprocessed & minimally-refined sugars (about), Processed Sugars (about),  and Non-sugar sweeteners (about). Or Sugar and other Sweeteners (in the diet section of my main website). Dec 2019 update: most stevia products, or processed foods … Continue reading

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