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YumEarth Organic Fruit Lollipops, 30 Ounce Container for $12.43 at Amazon

PowellCecilia 37 69 August 12, 2016 at 12:42 AM in Candy (4) More Amazon Deals
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my kids love these!
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I just poison my kid with cheap non organic dumdums
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I occasionally get these on clearance at Target, the flavors are really great.
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I occasionally get these on clearance at Target, the flavors are really great.
Are these healthy, or are they just less unhealthy snacks?
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Are these healthy, or are they just less unhealthy snacks?
These are just as unhealthy as a regular old dum-dum. Their marketing team wants you to think otherwise of course with all the "earth, organic, non-gmo, vegan" etc. bullcrap.

The reason they are just as unhealthy is looking at the ingredient list, you'll see the ingredients are "Organic Evaporated Cane Juice, Organic Tapioca Syrup, Citric acid, Natural Flavors". First 2 are another way to say "sugar" (first one is literally sugar), and make up ~90% of the lollipop (17g of sugar out of a 19g serving size). So, as expected, these lollipops are mostly good ol', unhealthy added sugar.

Anyway, the point of my post is that there might be lots of reasons to buy these lollipops (eg taste or sensitivities to dyes), but healthiness should not be one of them.
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Last edited by dealmaster00 August 12, 2016 at 11:09 AM
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These are just as unhealthy as a regular old dum-dum. Their marketing team wants you to think otherwise of course with all the "earth, organic, non-gmo, vegan" etc. bullcrap.

The reason they are just as unhealthy is looking at the ingredient list, you'll see the ingredients are "Organic Evaporated Cane Juice, Organic Tapioca Syrup, Citric acid, Natural Flavors". First 2 are another way to say "sugar" (first one is literally sugar), and make up ~90% of the lollipop (17g of sugar out of a 19g serving size). So, as expected, these lollipops are mostly good ol', unhealthy added sugar.

Anyway, the point of my post is that there might be lots of reasons to buy these lollipops (eg taste or sensitivities to dyes), but healthiness should not be one of them.
...but what if you don't use them orally...?
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These are just as unhealthy as a regular old dum-dum. Their marketing team wants you to think otherwise of course with all the "earth, organic, non-gmo, vegan" etc. bullcrap.

The reason they are just as unhealthy is looking at the ingredient list, you'll see the ingredients are "Organic Evaporated Cane Juice, Organic Tapioca Syrup, Citric acid, Natural Flavors". First 2 are another way to say "sugar" (first one is literally sugar), and make up ~90% of the lollipop (17g of sugar out of a 19g serving size). So, as expected, these lollipops are mostly good ol', unhealthy added sugar.

Anyway, the point of my post is that there might be lots of reasons to buy these lollipops (eg taste or sensitivities to dyes), but healthiness should not be one of them.
snacks and candies will always be around and to say that sugar is bad (which is true) is a no brainer and doesn't offer anything to the table. the question is are these better than the artificial sugars they use in other candies? yes they are. your body knows how to process 'real' (organic) ingredients. your body does NOT know how to process artificial ingredients, hence the weight gain and artificial ingredients have been shown to slow the thinking process in your brain (makes you dumber). as a prior personal trainer, i would recommend these over the other candies anyday
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These are ammmmaaaaaazzzzzziiiiiinnnnnggggg! BEST. LOLLIPOP. EVER.
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To me these are great..healthy well...
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