Food closer to original form = better for you

So, both concluded that we’d be better off sticking to a food closer to it’s original form than one created through a highly lab-intensive process. SHOCKED, shocked I tell you! (sarcasm)

Product Review: Met-Rx High Protein Pancakes

I found this Met-Rx High Protein Pancake Mix at my local grocery store and, despite the high cost ($20!), I decided to give it a try with my much-loved Cary’s Sugar Free Syrup.

Product review: thinkThin protein bars

With a new reduced carbohydrate and high protein diet to control my hypoglycemia, I needed a new protein bar. I tried the Quest bars on the recommendation of a friend but HOLY SALT were they high in sodium (and this is coming from a salt addict). So on a recommendation from another friend, I tried…

3 Brothers Bakery knocked it out of the park! Sugar free brownies

  Normally I just avoid desserts altogether because of the additional calories, but one of my coworkers lovingly insisted on getting me some sort of sugar-free treat for my birthday. I suggested sugar-free brownies thinking she would just go to the store and get a mix for sugar-free brownies (See my┬áreview of Pillsbury Sugar Free…

Sugar free chocolate and the “laxative effect”

Yes, I know. Giving up chocolate or even severely cutting-back is a really hard thing for a hypoglycemic. But now that there’s sugar free chocolate, you can eat all you want, right??? ┬áNot so fast. You need to be VERY aware of what we hypoglycemics like to call the “laxative effect.” Candy makers have to…