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    I use them nightly - still losing consistantly

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    Exclamation sucralose = splenda = poison

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill C View Post
    I have bought four different flavors of Mio: Peach/Mango, Strawberry/Watermelon, Peach Tea, and Sweet tea, listed in the order that I like them. There can be a chemical after taste, especially with the teas, but I like the flavors and have had no problems drinking them for the past week. (This included my last few days of P2.)

    I don't have any problem with sucralose and I like the taste of sucralose better than stevia. I bought them for a little less than $4/piece at Walmart. The packaging says that they make 24 servings each with each serving being 8 oz. I have not finished them and I have mixed so I am not keeping track if this is a good value compared to crystal lite, which I don't drink because of the aspartame, or diet rite, of which I drink far too much.

    If you don't have issues with sucralose give the peach/mango a try. I think you will like it. If people have any recommendations for flavored liquor enhancers made with Stevia could you post where I could find them?
    Here are 3 Ways Calorie, Fat & Sugar-Free Foods Are Sabotaging Your Best Health & Body….
    All of these foods are sweetened with artificial sweeteners, the biggest culprit being sucralose…AKA Splenda. Newsflash, Splenda is not a food – it’s a chemical created by Johnson & Johnson, yes the company that makes shampoos, medicines, cleaners. Sucralose is a chlorine bleach molecule which is how these chemical companies essentially make it a calorie-free food because the GI tract will not allow that molecule to pass through the large intestine wall as a matter of your survival as it’s a dangerous toxin!! So that is how it becomes calorie-free because your body simply won’t digest it. Your liver has to purge that from your system to keep your human body safe & alive, but anytime you up your toxic load you are lowering your bodies ability to have a higher metabolic rate to be healthier, in better shape & lose weight.
    All of these foods also have other junk chemicals in them that disrupt your internal health unfortunately…excito-toxins, neuro-toxins, chemicals, on top of the artificial sweeteners. Here it is sweet & simple…if you can’t pronounce it or it didn’t come from nature, it is of no use to your body or health as a nutrient, so all you’re doing is adding stuff into the works that slows your metabolic rate & body from functioning as it’s best, while potentially welcoming illness down the road, and disrupting your bodies key systems such as it’s neurological system, hormonal, etc. For example, Xantham Gum – really people? Does this sound like something your body makes hair, tissue, cells & ligaments from? Not quite.
    Fat-free foods are loaded with sugars and sweeteners which weigh down your immune system & metabolic rate, while ratcheting up your daily carbohydrate intake typically way over the % that your body needs to function, therefore storing extra kcal on the body & making weight loss much, much harder. And here’s a BIG newsflash for you, fat is most key macro-nutrient for optimal brain, body, cellular, neurological and overall health function – the key is getting the right fats, in the right amounts, at the right times based on your individual health & body needs & goals – most people don’t know how to do this, and it’s leading to numerous needless health problems we see today – from neurologicaldisorders, depression, skin disorders, etc. and YES weight problems. If you remove a key nutrient from your food intake that the body needs to survive, you are wrongly cueing your body that it’s not going to get ample levels of fat, so as a survival response it will slow down your RMR (resting metabolic rate) & I mean WAY down, and guess what?? It will begin to store fat & food on your body as a defense mechanism where you are bringing on your own obesity, and/or not getting as lean as you could be if you were approaching fat nourishment properly.
    And a BONUS TIP - all of these foods components disrupt & delay your digestive processes, and anytime you disrupt your digestion you’re getting less of a lean body than you could be naturally & easily, as well as welcoming in health problems.
    No matter what your nutrition coach tells you, fake chemicalized foods that people use for weight management, in fact delay your best weight & body, AND come with risk of illness & disease. It’s why our country has ever-growing cancer rates, thyroid problems, allergies, skin issues, you name it! Your quality of health begins and ends on the inside of your body & no calorie, fat or sugar-free foods will ever circumvent the truths & principles by which the human body functions.

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    as well as many others~!

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    I know all the bad press about sucralose and I'm sure it's not a great thing to put in your body BUT I use Sweetzfree all thru P2 with no side effects whatsoever. It's expensive and I use it sparingly in my coffee and tea. It's a little thing that keeps me from feeling completely and utterly deprived!

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    You'd be much better off to stick to the flavored stevia. They have peach also. Actually have a lot of different kinds.

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    I can't stand Stevia in any form. I've tried and tried, it tastes awful to me - bitter.

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