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Your passing this nonsense along to five children?
What's nonsensical about it? I'm not saying either one is something you should be eating all day every day lol.. everything in moderation.. I was just answering the question about what's the difference between the 2 .. go make your own choices
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The Facebook doctors have infiltrated slickdeals.
Too bad I don't use FB.. and I'm a real Dr so.... 😅 .. That said, I should prob mention that I love me some Oreos and junk snacks in moderation.. didn't mean to offend all these ppl by simply answering what the difference between the 2 was haha
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The peanut butter cremes are so good. I can easily devour a whole box in one sitting. Definitely a favorite of mine.
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Too bad I don't use FB.. and I'm a real Dr so.... 😅
Quit spouting nonsense on the internet and acting like it is authoritative medical advice.
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While I agree that these have a MUCH better set of ingredients than the garbage in Girl Scout cookies (and probably taste much better as a result), these are no better for your health. They are sugar cookies...no avoiding that problem. Just enjoy them in moderation.
How could they have better ingredients but not be better for your health? Sugar is okay in moderation, we need it to live. High fructose corn syrup we don't need and I won't eat it under any circumstance (unless I'm going to starve I suppose).
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How could they have better ingredients but not be better for your health? Sugar is okay in moderation, we need it to live. High fructose corn syrup we don't need and I won't eat it under any circumstance (unless I'm going to starve I suppose).
Your body doesn't need to get any carbohydrate from added sugar [1].

I just proved that you don't know what you are talking about. Stop spreading misinformation.

[1] https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutr...-the-diet/
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Too bad I don't use FB.. and I'm a real Dr so.... 😅 .. That said, I should prob mention that I love me some Oreos and junk snacks in moderation.. didn't mean to offend all these ppl by simply answering what the difference between the 2 was haha
Answering a question is one thing... providing false and/or misleading info is another.
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Anything chocolate during this blistering heat, you're just asking for a box of goo to be delivered to you.
Free box of edible goo.
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How could they have better ingredients but not be better for your health? Sugar is okay in moderation, we need it to live. High fructose corn syrup we don't need and I won't eat it under any circumstance (unless I'm going to starve I suppose).
Ultimately it comes down to semantics, but I would consider organic/non-HFCS sugary treats like these to be "less harmful" rather than say they are healthier, which implies that there is some inherent nutritional value (there is not). It's sort of like a filtered cigarette: it removes some of the crap that's really toxic, but it's still a cigarette, and like fudge mint cookies, they sure aren't doing your body any favors. laugh out loud.

But I also agree that you can and should enjoy it moderation...which reminds me, I should pick up a box nod
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Ultimately it comes down to semantics, but I would consider organic/non-HFCS sugary treats like these to be "less harmful" rather than say they are healthier, which implies that there is some inherent nutritional value (there is not). It's sort of like a filtered cigarette: it removes some of the crap that's really toxic, but it's still a cigarette, and like fudge mint cookies, they sure aren't doing your body any favors. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...s/emot-LOL.gif.

But I also agree that you can and should enjoy it moderation...which reminds me, I should pick up a box https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...s/emot-nod.gif
Get educated: The Organic Food Hoax

https://www.hoover.org/research/o...20farmland.
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Get educated: The Organic Food Hoax

https://www.hoover.org/research/o...20farmland.
Haha, The Hoover Institution? Might as well cite FOX News. laugh out loud you always have to consider the source...

Go ahead, keep feeding yourself and your family factory-produced, cheap garbage and then wonder why the US has obscene obesity rates, heart disease, etc. and why we have a fundamentally broken healthcare system. Do just as the big corporations want you to!
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These were so good. So mad I only got one
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