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Liz writes,  December 23, 2008

I'm not very good at nutrition and things, and I was wondering what I should look for on the ingredients?  I know "sugar" and "flour" obviously, but what about differently-worded sugars and flours like "corn syrup'?

Sandee writes,  December 25, 2008

Stay away from the following "hidden sugars": Corn starch, corn or rice syrup, corn syrup solids, dextrose, fructose, lactose, maltose, maltodextrin, modified food starch, honey and molasses, agave nectar.

Shelley writes,  January 06, 2009

If I have a hard time figuring out if any "hidden sugars" are involved, I look on the nutrition label by Sugars.  If over 7 grams, I just try to avoid.

Karen writes,  January 14, 2009

I'm confused about flour. Triscuits lists "whole wheat" but doesn't say flour. Are corn chips made of flour? If something lists whole grain, is it flour?

Sandee writes,  January 17, 2009

Triscuits and corn chips are fine...not all corn chips though so look at each one....there are whole grain pasta's too...they read, "whole durum wheat or hard durum wheat".

Mary  writes,  January 15, 2010

I'm wondering about Splenda. I figured it was ok b/c it isn't sugar, but after looking @ the ingred's I noticed several ingred's that end in "ose"... like sucralose, maltodextrine and dextrose. Is Splenda a "no-no"?

Mary  writes,  January 15, 2010

I'm wondering about Splenda. I figured it was ok b/c it isn't sugar, but after looking @ the ingred's I noticed several ingred's that end in "ose"... like sucralose, maltodextrine and dextrose. Is Splenda a "no-no"?

Sandee writes,  January 16, 2010

With Splenda it depends on the individule....I can have it without it bothering me but I know another person who can't have it because it makes her crave sugar after eating it.  You could try it then be very aware of how it makes you feel.

Lois writes,  January 27, 2010

Splenda and any other sugar substitute should be a no no.  splenda is a chemical and can cause cancer.  It is not a natural sugar.  You can use Stevia which is an all natural sweetner found in health food stores, or some higher end grocery stores.

 
 
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