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    Quote Originally Posted by jenn26point2 View Post
    100% pure maple syrup does double duty here... it flavors and sweetens! I make my cream cheese clouds with maple syrup for this very reason. Yummo.
    My body reacts to maple syrup in the same way it reacts to sugar. I use it to cook for others for the reason you mention, but I don't eat it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by demuralist View Post
    No need to explain, really as long as you are feeling good, letting go of fat, generally happy that is what matters/
    Just trying not to sound crazy LOL.
    I guess it balances out, I am sure ill get days where I need to eat more.
    Maple sugar is the same for me, honey too.

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    yep, honey too. too much xylitol will cause intestinal problems. I pretty much stick to stevia, because technically I could actually make it at home, if I took the time to grow the plant, make a "tea" out of the leaves and then concentrated it. I guess the same is true of honey and maple syrup but the stevia doesn't give me the negative effects the others do.

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    Stevia for me too. I love it now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kymma View Post
    Stevia for me too. I love it now.
    Where can you get pure Stevia? Truvia is the closest I can find and I think there is something in it besides Stevia.

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    Yesterday I ate:
    BP coffee (I am still torn about stopping this, as I do like it, but it does keep me from being hungry till afternoon).
    2 rashers of bacon and guacamole (maybe 1/2 cup, it has sour cream in it).
    Tuna with sour cream
    Bone broth.

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    Could I get some ideas on high fat foods...not dairy, I don't do dairy of any kind...It's day 2 and I ate the same things today as I ate yesterday...I can see myself getting real bored REALLY quick and I don't fancy drinking oil as half my food intake for the day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by demuralist View Post
    My body reacts to maple syrup in the same way it reacts to sugar. I use it to cook for others for the reason you mention, but I don't eat it.
    I do either honey or maple syrup in recipes, nothing else. I don't have a negative effect to them as long as I don't make it a habit to use them every day. Right now, I use 2 tbsp in 12 servings of cream cheese clouds, or 1/4 cup in muffins one day out of the weekend (I only eat 2 of 12 muffins). I don't think I'm consuming very much in that regard.

    Oh and I use honey first and foremost since it is unprocessed (can go collect from a hive and use immediately if you're not allergic to bees). Maple syrup needs some processing (cooking) to be usable, so I use it second. I don't trust stevia after reading It Starts with Food. Personal preference, I guess. Fully primal according to Mark.



    Quote Originally Posted by MJam View Post
    Could I get some ideas on high fat foods...not dairy, I don't do dairy of any kind...It's day 2 and I ate the same things today as I ate yesterday...I can see myself getting real bored REALLY quick and I don't fancy drinking oil as half my food intake for the day.
    12 Healthy High-Fat Foods Perfect For Nutritional Ketosis

    I think someone said this was posted in the recipe group, but I didn't see it.
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    12 Healthy High-Fat Foods Perfect For Nutritional Ketosis

    I think someone said this was posted in the recipe group, but I didn't see it.[/QUOTE]

    4 of the 12 were dairy which I don't eat, one was chocolate which I also don't eat... eggs, bacon, coconut, ground beef, coconut oil and avocados are things I am already eating...but thanks.

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