In part 3, the A-to-Z guide continues with two natural sweeteners, and two artificial sweeteners: saccharine, sorghum molasses, stevia, and sucralose.
In part two of the alphabetical guide, we cover fruit syrup, high fructose corn syrup, honey, licorice, lo han, maple syrup, and miracle berry.
We begin Three Fundamental Sweetener Concepts, and then the A-to-Z begins with acelsulfame-K, agave, aspartame (Nutrasweet), barley malt, coconut sugar, and date sugar.
Survive the holiday season with your sanity and your weight intact.
After decades of being told to consume “more calcium for your bones,” we see compelling evidence that we need to question that advice.
natural medicine can both prevent the painful stabbing pain — and its underlying causes.
The Government Accountability Office released a report on herbal supplements, alleging that they are often marketed deceptively, and contaminated with heavy metals.
Prescription fish oils exist. Are they any different than fish oils you’d buy over the counter?
Chewing gum can improve dental health (of course!), reduce the risk of ear infections, and even help children focus in school. It can help with appetite and digestion. A miracle remedy?
This simple molecule is profoundly beneficial for human health, rivaling even fish oil omega-3s and vitamin D. Research on flu prevention, cardiovascular health, mental health, detoxification… the list is almost endless.
“Somebody asked me recently, “What the heck is KLB6?” Still around after all these years, this formula is an old-fashioned diet aid was all the rage when I was in college in the 60’s.”