whey low experience

By hoosierphilly Latest Reply 2014-04-04 12:17:22 -0500
Started 2014-04-04 10:05:24 -0500

they claim low hypoglycemic and developed by an MD for his wife…Has anyone knowledge…I use it to replace sugar in recipes frequently when I need to bake .

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Kaydoo 2014-04-04 12:17:22 -0500 Report

So far I've only used it in hot tea and I like it doesn't seem to spike anything so far but then again my blood sugars are in such a high range all the time I don't really know what spikes it.
I fully plan on baking with it

jayabee52 2014-04-04 12:08:54 -0500 Report

Howdy hoosierphilly
I use it occasionally when I need something like that to sweeten a drink. (I usually drink water out of a filtered bottle due to my kidney issues).

I originally bought it searching (I found it through another discussion on DC) for something for my (now late) wife that she could stomach. We had tried all kinds of artificial and natural sweeteners for our tea we drank. She had difficulties with each we tried except for Whey Low. (I had no troubles with any of it except "splenda" - sucralose) We finished the bag we had ordered, and ordered about 25 lbs of Whey low and not long after my wife passed from this life.

So now I have about 20 lbs in my cupboard and I have changed my drinking habits and no longer drink tea or coffee so I rarely use it anymore.

I am a bit concerned now about the presence of fructose in it now because I have heard some bad news about the use of a lot of fructose in ones eating plan.

God's best to you and yours

James Baker

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