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Old Sat, Jun-04-05, 11:21
ryaxnb ryaxnb is offline
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Plan: Atkins (60 carbs)
Stats: 150/150/000 Male ?? (12, above-avg male)
Progress: 0%
Location: Felton, ca

Just a tiny amount of fructose. She talks about it in her book, and she also uses ACE-K, etc.
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Old Sat, Jun-04-05, 11:25
ryaxnb ryaxnb is offline
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Plan: Atkins (60 carbs)
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SomerSweet is 5x sweeter then sugar, BTW. Hope this helps.
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Old Wed, Aug-09-06, 19:41
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Plan: Meat & Egg fast
Stats: 240/159/120 Female 5'4 inches
Progress: 68%
Location: oregon

Nutrition Information for
SomerSweet by the Can

5.29 oz. (150 g)
Serving Size: 1/4 teaspoon (1 g)
Servings per container: 150

Calories: 0
Total Fat: 0g
Saturated Fat: 0g
Cholesterol: 0mg
Sodium: 0mg
Total Carbohydrate: less than 1g
Dietary Fiber: 0g
Sugars: 0g
Protein: 0g


SomerSweet™ (Oligofructose, Inulin, Fructose, Sprouted Mung Bean Extract, Acesulfame K).
notice the acesulfame K is the last ingredient, so I dont think somersweet is dangerous if used in moderation.

thanks for this thread I am thinking I will just continue to use the splenda I have been using it in the mornings for my cream of wheat, but I read online that its not good for you, but it tastes pretty much like sugar. I was thining about trying somersweet but I dont want to pay almost 20.00 for a can and then not like it due to the after taste one of the posts here talk about.
anyone else tryed somersweet?.
Love Lisa
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Plan: Atkins Phase I/CCLL = 40
Stats: 187/165/135 Female 65 inches
Progress: 42%

I use Splenda as well. I am very very wary of artificial sweeteners even though almost all medical professionals will tell you they are safe. I just dont feel like something artificial can be all that good for you. I use splenda though mostly because I get weak and I need that sweet taste every once in a while. I worry about it though. If I weren't so heavy, I would be tempted to sneak some sugar from time to time just because I am scared of the artificial sweeteners. I won't let my kids eat them and I wouldn't eat them when I was pregnant.

I have family members that have been living off of nutrasweet for years. Sometimes, i wish that I were sure that they were safe.
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