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50-Ct Propel Powder Drink Packets w/ Electrolytes, Vitamins and No Sugar (Various)

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Amazon has 50-Count Propel Powder Drink Packets w/ Electrolytes, Vitamins and No Sugar (Various Flavors) on sale from $7.88 when you 'clip' the 15% off coupon on the product page and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks elsasven04

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Available Flavors (prices after clipping coupon and checking out via Subscribe & Save): No Longer Available:
  • Grape $7.88
  • Variety Pack $8.78
    • 2x Grape
    • 1x Raspberry Lemonade
    • 1x Berry
    • 1x Kiwi Strawberry
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Amazon has propel 50ct 4-flavor variety pack on sale for $7.68 ($0.15/serving) after %15 off coupon and 15% Subscribe-and-save discounts.

Historically this has been selling for $12.99 but in May has been as low as $10.98.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0789FRV55
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Last Edited by oceanlake May 13, 2019 at 10:00 AM
Also available (prices after clipping coupon and Subscribe & Save 5% discount):

50-Count Kiwi Strawberry Flavor [amazon.com] $7.88
50-Count Grape Flavor [amazon.com] $7.88

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For people with sugar issues (not me) or people trying to lose weight whole preventing diabetes through intermittent fasting (me), consuming sugar substitutes are bad and often hidden.

So it benefits me and any diabetic out there. While the original post is snarky, it did provide some valuable information.

The reason is that fake sugars still make your brain expect sugar. This makes you crave it as well as triggering the sugar reaction which includes releasing insulin into your bloodstream. This can be hazardous to those with medical conditions and frustrating from those attempting to lose weight with methods medically proven to change diabetes risk.

Hope that helps clarify.
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Genuinely curious.
What do you suggest in its place?
Your comment (as it currently stands) benefits no one.
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it's got what plants crave!
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Also available (prices after clipping coupon and Subscribe & Save 5% discount):

50-Count Kiwi Strawberry Flavor [amazon.com] $7.88
50-Count Grape Flavor [amazon.com] $7.88
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Showing the 15% off subscribe and save discount in the price is misleading to people .... it should be the 5% and any extra is bonus for people that will have 15% from 5 or more subscriptions
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Sucralose, yum.
Genuinely curious.
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Hmm I've never heard of this, I'm familiar with the premixed propel drinks that have been around forever.

This looks good for keto dieters, hard to reclaim electrolytes w/o adding carbs

edit: I'm in for one to try tu op
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My understanding of sucralose is that the studies done on mice forever ago were at levels that would be extremely unrealistic when scaled up to human size/consumption. There is potential dangers if baking/cooking above ~350deg, and possible altering of stomach/gut bacteria (this was also in very high doses iirc). There is supposedly a correlation between artificial sweeteners and weight gain though, as the artificials don't satisfy the craving your brain has for sugar, thus people *can* tend to consume more. I'm open to any interesting new links/studies anyone has though, as I drink this stuff all the time. Please nothing from Mercola or the FDA though, as both have their agendas at the opposite ends of the spectrum.
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Genuinely curious.
What do you suggest in its place?
Your comment (as it currently stands) benefits no one.
Thanks.
For people with sugar issues (not me) or people trying to lose weight whole preventing diabetes through intermittent fasting (me), consuming sugar substitutes are bad and often hidden.

So it benefits me and any diabetic out there. While the original post is snarky, it did provide some valuable information.

The reason is that fake sugars still make your brain expect sugar. This makes you crave it as well as triggering the sugar reaction which includes releasing insulin into your bloodstream. This can be hazardous to those with medical conditions and frustrating from those attempting to lose weight with methods medically proven to change diabetes risk.

Hope that helps clarify.
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Legitimately curious, why not just get Crush or Hawaiian Punch flavored powders? still sugar free and $1 for a 10 pack
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Sucralose, yum.
Mmmmmmm
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Stevia...xylitol
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