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Old 02-16-2018, 09:26   #1
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For breakfast I'm having a veggie burger on sugar free bread with cheese ! Yum

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Interested in the carb count, pre and post meal BG numbers if you'd care to share.

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Sugar Free Bread.....but is it Flour Free? Flour converts to sugar in your body, as you probably already know....

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Sugar Free Bread.....but is it Flour Free?
"Sugar free" a buzzy marketing term. Like "No sugar added" ice cream. There can be plenty of ingredients (honey, HFCS, etc.) that more than make up for the lack of sugar. Always gotta read those labels...

We do have members of the forum who take in far more carbs than us low-carb/keto eaters can and still manage their diabetes successfully. Whatever works for each of us!

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"Sugar free" a buzzy marketing term. Like "No sugar added" ice cream. There can be plenty of ingredients (honey, HFCS, etc.) that more than make up for the lack of sugar. Always gotta read those labels...

We do have members of the forum who take in far more carbs than us low-carb/keto eaters can and still manage their diabetes successfully. Whatever works for each of us!
All true of course!

We also have some posters who do not understand or who are in denial.......sometimes I cannot distinguish which is which....

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