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Energizing
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Hi,

I was wondering what the story is with Xylitol.

I have some suppplements that have some of these sweetners inside, and wanted to know which ones to stay away from?

I see stevia is an avoid for me. ( and I feel it)

How about Xylitol?
What about Sucralose?

Thanks


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avoid all of them.


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I don't consider any of them food (for me).  



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Xylitol gives me cramps and pain and it's just horrible.  


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BTypeAUS - do you know if it is corn derived? (Also it would be GMO corn!) In the past I've used it and was fine. Now that I am on the GTD I would be nervous to try it as it seems that the avoids hit us hard once we've become sensitized through feeding our bodies exactly what they need.

In the future I will buy a small quantity of the birch zylitol and see how I do with it.
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Our locally produced version has changed its ingredient source...It's now corn derived & whereas previously I could tolerate a taste occasionaly - 1 tsp (eaten as snack at work) caused me severe mood swings & unexplained depression & anxiety (& I rarely get anxious these days)

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I wonder why Dr.D doesn't rate it in swami.


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polyols (erythititol or Truvia is a polyol)

"Polyols, such as xylitol, can block the effects of aldose reductase, and as such may create complications down the road from using it as a lifelong, complete substitute for all other sugars. Aldose reductase interference is involved in many of the long term complications of diabetes, such as cataracts, neuropathies, etc. If you plan to use xylitol as a major long term sugar replacement, you may want to incorporate a quercetin supplement, or increase the BTD compliant quercetin containing foods in your diet."


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Its a sugar alcohol, and can cause gas and pain...they add it to medicine too and syrups..that's why I read the label when I buy cough syrup etc..


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Lola - good to know. Since I eradicated candida two years ago, I never have sugar cravings but would be willing to use the birch zylitol for making desserts when I have company over for dinner.
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I wouldn't give friends the stuff Dianne


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PC - well, my friends who've had the corn one have loved it. So...we'll see. I always let my guests know exactly what I'm making and any unusual ingredients are mentioned. Because of my food sensitivities over the years, I am always wanting my guests to be comfortable and never want to cook something they would not be comfortable with. And this action on my part they've always appreciated. But I understand your concern in your comment. Years ago I was having dinner at a cousin's house and I had basically quit eating sugar when I was 12. Well, her husband kept asking ask over and over again how we liked the salad dressing he had made. I must admit it was very good and I couldn't believe how I kept wanting more and more and when he told proudly told us that he has put sugar in it I just about spit it out. He was quite surprised at my reaction!
I'd never heard of such a thing but then I always made my food from scratch and not buying commercial salad dressings did not realize that sugar was one of the many ingredients. I used to always read labels and was always disgusted by the sugar put into food...and so I cooked from scratch. I had unbeknown to me candida back then and so the desire for more dressing. Since I am candida free never have cravings for sweets and when I eat fruit and grains, never get bloated which I appreciate.
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My craving have reduced with more good oils in my diet and one fresh salads every day. on top of everything else that I do, like eating the SWAMI way.

still amazed at how good it makes you feel, if you just stick to it, and don't look for the easy way out or excuses. (Goldie - if you're reading this

I became successful recently with not eating any sweets for the first time in my life, i started by trying not to eat some every day, then from Monday to Thursday, then from Monday to Friday, currently on Monday to Saturday this week. and next week it will be Monday to Sunday, while all the time reducing the addictive substance - sugar in what ever form.

we now have a desert on Sunday afternoon, in stead of nearly all the time too. talk about the penny dropping lol


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Yeah, I hear you. Fortunately for me, growing up we only had dessert on Sundays. My mother could buy herself a chocolate bar and it could literally sit in the cupboard for 3-4 months and we would beg her for it and she said she wanted it for when she felt like it! And she taught me to consume water as my beverage of choice. My husband on the other hand, his mother made dessert every day because her husband insisted on it and that is how he grew up. Lucky for him he asked me not to bake like that as he did not want to consume all that sugar or he would have had to learn to bake for himself!!! lol

Good for you with the sugar addiction extinction. It's a very interesting feeling to not have sugar cravings. Someone could offer you your most favourite dessert and there is absolutely no desire to eat it! It still amazes me after the past 2 years being candida free.
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Good job PC.  Foods will taste better by themselves now.  At least that's how I view it.  I used to be a junk food junkie before all my problems.  And when I stopped eating all that, I was amazed at how I could taste the  natural sugars in different veggies and even food in general tasted better.  Some veggies just blow my mind.  Like roasting some yellow squash.  Although I haven't been eating yellow squash lately because it's supposedly GM.  But like zucchini roasted.  Or carrots.  Of course sweet potatoes are real sugary.  I can never understand why people that are cooking want to add brown sugar and all this junk to mashed sweet potatoes.  People think marshmallows on top of sweet potatoes is necessary. ????????  Why?  They're already sweet.  


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