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    Quote Originally Posted by JoanieL View Post
    Me too. I figure it's a choice between poisons. Half to one packet per day. (Will there be lasagna in Primal Hell?)
    I hope so... but I hope it's paleo lasagna. I honestly like my zucchini replacement better than lasagna noodles.

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    Forget the stevia, use honey. Honey triumphs all and can in fact enhance the flavor of some teas--usually bringing out a more floral flavor. At least that's been my experience. I do enjoy a good cup of tea without honey, but bed time is honey time.

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    I would think that tea doesn't do much harm for teeth apart from staining, but wouldn't honey lead to decay due to the fact that it is sugar? I don't know for sure though.

    I read somewhere that you can eat cheese after you have brushed your teeth.

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    In small amounts, it shouldn't have an effect. Now if you were to eat a cup of honey every night before bed I could see being worried. But using a teaspoon or even a tablespoon of honey isn't going to do much harm, if any.

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    Tea is high in fluoride, it is good for your teeth ;-).

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