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Old 07-20-2013, 23:01   #11
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One of the reasons I love this board!

Instead of just tellilng us what not to eat, we also get suggestions what we can enjoy! One also has to eat their fill of something good, at least once in awhile!

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got here a question about the sugar used for this recipe.
It says Splenda but splenda has I believe has sugralose.
I didn't know this till this morning when I went to make the muffins
that STEVIA also has carbs in them as does turvia.
Soooooo what is left to use and what does others use?
I was so looking forward to something different this morning

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got here a question about the sugar used for this recipe.
It says Splenda but splenda has I believe has sugralose.
I didn't know this till this morning when I went to make the muffins
that STEVIA also has carbs in them as does turvia.
Soooooo what is left to use and what does others use?
I was so looking forward to something different this morning
Powdered Splenda has Maltodextrin to bulk it up. On the package it says less than 1 carb, but that's for only one packet. Liquid Splenda does not contain the Maltodextrin and is one of the sweeteners Dr. Bernstein recommends. I have been using EZ-Sweet which is liquid Sucralose and have not noticed any effect on my BG. I mentioned on another post that truvia shows 3g of carbs per packet and was told that although they are required to list them they are not digestible carbs. I have used truvia in my coffee and not noticed any increase in my BG. There are other substitutes I have not tried yet.

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I use liquid sucralose too - EZ-Sweetz specifically. And for a dry sweetener I use erythritol.




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What is a brand of erythritol??
Oh, by the way, I am reading Dr. Bernstines book and Think Like a Pancreas. We are already getting lower BG'S. I just started ordering for my husband when we eat out. I am also dictating the menus at home.

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Go to Amazon or Netrition and do a search for erythritol. All the brands they stock will come up.




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There's no flour at all? Really?

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No flour - really. We can't eat wheat or any other grains. They all spike our blood sugar too high. Grains are the first thing you should give up if you are serious about controlling diabetes. Corn, wheat, rice, oats . . . all of 'em.




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Default cream cheese muffins, what happened!?

I made them just as the recipe said and this is how they came out.
I'm afraid to eat them, maybe bird food? squirrels? my puppys?
what am I suppose to do because I heard some say to wait over night and put in the fridge or what?
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I made them just as the recipe said and this is how they came out.
I'm afraid to eat them, maybe bird food? squirrels? my puppys?
what am I suppose to do because I heard some say to wait over night and put in the fridge or what?
I just tasted one and it tasted pretty good but very sweet and soupy. I wonder if not cooked all the way now. are they ok to throw in microwave to finish cooking? I'm very paranoid about the eggs in them.

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