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MonkFruit Sweetner 1.76 lb Bags, $15.59 shipped free. Usually $25.99 + $10.00 shipping. That is 56% off when you figure in the free shipping

BeermanFlorida 59 108 July 13, 2016 at 09:27 AM in Free Shipping (3)
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I have been using this product for months and love it. Today I went to their website to by more and it is 40% off plus the ground shipping is usually $10.00, for a total of 56% off. So this is a great price in my opinion.

Great in tea, coffee, and my wife uses it for baking!

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This stuff is amazing! I've been using it exclusively for a couple months now! I use it for baking instead of sugar and it tastes exactly the same (if not better)!
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This stuff is amazing! I've been using it exclusively for a couple months now! I use it for baking instead of sugar and it tastes exactly the same (if not better)!
I don't think I've ever seen it for this price either.
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My husband and I have tried a couple different sugar alternatives. We like this one the best , it doesn't have the bitter aftertaste that stevia has.
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This really is a high-quality product. They've done a wonderful job preserving the nutrients of the monk fruit. I can't believe it has no impact on blood sugar levels or insulin! We have tried it at home and love that it is similar to sugar in taste but lacks the harm that sugar inflicts on the body. Also, yeah- this is a really great price!
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Its kind of strange. Other than the OP, all of the positive comments are coming from brand new users...
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Its kind of strange. Other than the OP, all of the positive comments are coming from brand new users...
Google is your friend...
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4g of Sugar Alcohols per serving (mostly Erythritol); no one is concerned by this?
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4g of Sugar Alcohols per serving (mostly Erythritol); no one is concerned by this?
that's probably half of what the average person consumes in sugar free gum in a day.
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Its kind of strange. Other than the OP, all of the positive comments are coming from brand new users...
First thing I noticed, also. Hhhmmm. Confused
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This really is a high-quality product. They've done a wonderful job preserving the nutrients of the monk fruit. I can't believe it has no impact on blood sugar levels or insulin! We have tried it at home and love that it is similar to sugar in taste but lacks the harm that sugar inflicts on the body. Also, yeah- this is a really great price!
Unless you're actually diabetic, or at risk, sugar doesn't inflict harm in moderation, so stop with the witch trials.

Our cells are designed to run off of glucose. Google glycolysis, the Krebs Cycle, and the electron transport chain. Heavy stuff for a layperson but necessary before making wild comments as you have.

The problem isn't sugar it's people eating way too much of it, especially in simple forms, both absolutely and in one sitting...leading to blood glucose spikes, and stress on systems that respond to normalize it.

Even water is dangerous if overconsumed.

I would be more concerned consuming a sweetener analog comound like this and or others...they also stress your system in various ways, and research in potential harm is still coming in. Ironic for the health conscious to be against the most basic and natural source of calories.

Guess what they give you at the hospital if you have low blood sugar, and or in meal bags for those in icu...Wink
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Well, people on Amazon seem to like it and the deal by OP beats the Amazon price per ounce.

https://www.amazon.com/Lakanto-Sw...B00CF2B04Q

However, I still think it's pricey even with this deal. No comment on whether it's healthful or not...
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Posting since I'm not a "new user".

I've gotten it from Amazon recently. My problem was it is designed for baking so it is a 1:1 for sugar. My goal was to use it for iced tea as a replacement for Sweet n low. Taste was good, but had to use a metric ton of it to equal sweet n low (similar to what I'd do if I used real sugar). Also, it doesn't dissolve real well in cold drinks (also like sugar).
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Lakanto is a mix. It's not pure monk fruit extract. If you want pure monk fruit/luo han guo, look at the ingredients list. If you're not diabetic or if you don't mind sugars, check out sorghum syrup.
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Unless you're actually diabetic, or at risk, sugar doesn't inflict harm in moderation, so stop with the witch trials.

Our cells are designed to run off of glucose. Google glycolysis, the Krebs Cycle, and the electron transport chain. Heavy stuff for a layperson but necessary before making wild comments as you have.

The problem isn't sugar it's people eating way too much of it, especially in simple forms, both absolutely and in one sitting...leading to blood glucose spikes, and stress on systems that respond to normalize it.

Even water is dangerous if overconsumed.

I would be more concerned consuming a sweetener analog comound like this and or others...they also stress your system in various ways, and research in potential harm is still coming in. Ironic for the health conscious to be against the most basic and natural source of calories.

Guess what they give you at the hospital if you have low blood sugar, and or in meal bags for those in icu...Wink
THIS is an irresponsible comment. Sugar is definitely harmful for you, at least at the levels that almost every american takes. Yes, we can have some sugar every day. The problem is not many people stick to that amount. Your water analogy would work perfectly, if most of america drank a swimming pool of water every single day. Unless you are eating super clean, I'm talking cooking every single thing that you put in your mouth, then you are almost for sure eating too much sugar. Since most American do not do that, it is safe to say we as a whole are eating too much sugar and should find ways to eat less. If this is not you, or you're not concerned with sugar, than go ahead and eat as much as you'd like. You're right, substituting sugar with lab created chemical sweeteners is not better either, but thats not what this is, so lets stick to the facts and the situation at hand. Thanks!
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