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Monday, January 14, 2008

Assessment of Sugar-free Diary

I hope I've shown the variety of food that can be eaten that are naturally sugar-free or some foods that can be substituted without much sacrifice.

I found that I did not reaching for little snacks because I didn't want to log on (imagine that!) and keyboard it in. I was never hungry. I always eat breakfast (I think) and was surprised to see how late I actually ate on two mornings.

The company recommends a strict 4 day rotation as to not build other sensitivities. I have never managed this. I do try to eat a variety and not to eat the same thing everyday.

Finding these foods and recipes didn't happen overnight. It took a few weeks for me to find enough sugar-free foods to "go sugar-free."

I really appreciate the information and support from those of you reading along. I'll let you know as I try new things you suggest!

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