Absolutely. Cream is almost entirely empty fat with little nutrition. Sugar is almost entirely empty carbohydrate with little nutrition. Actually, I'd wager something like blackstrap molasses or coconut sugar per calorie is more nutrient dense than heavy cream with no risk to people with a casein intolerance.
Originally Posted by slowcooker
Admittedly, the sugar with have a far greater impact on blood sugar obviously, but both are going to generate a substantial insulin response. The cream will just come with an ensuing glucagon response to keep blood sugar stable. The point is why would you do that when you can eat something like jerky, nuts, fruit, trail mix, an avocado or an infinity of other real foods for energy on the go that actually contain real nutrition alongside the calories?
Last edited by ChocoTaco369; 04-16-2012 at 07:12 AM.
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