Go to the regular grocery store and look for Cabot of Vermont. They make full-fat greek yogurt too. The full-fat (10%) comes in a blue container. I don't think it's organic, but there it is; we can't have everything.
Stevia strikes me as a false alarm for insulin. The sweet taste triggers insulin, but there's NO blood sugar around, so the insulin disappears; i.e. a spike instead of sustained elevated levels. Is this false alarm spike a bad thing?
Last edited by oxide; 07-29-2012 at 05:00 AM.
Reason: had to put in the "no"
5'0" female, 42 years old.
Started Primal October 31, 2011, at a skinny fat 111.5 lbs.
Current weight: 101.5. lbs and holding steady. Spring yardwork here we come!
Co-worker 1: Needs to lose ~50. Now he wants to start Mayo Clinic Diet. Yeesh. Give it up, man.
Co-worker 2: Needed to lose ~55. Lost 20 from stress. Started Primal in Sept, lost 20 more, but gained 10 back on a carb spree. We're working on it.