KC Craichy’s SuperHealth Podcasts: LivingFuel TheraSweet™

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Posted on 12th March 2012 by admin in SuperHealth Podcasts

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TheraSweet™ What is it? Why do I need it? How do I use it?

Join Living Fuel Founders KC and Monica Craichy as they answer the top questions about Therasweet™ – Living Fuel’s all-natural, plant-sourced, low-glycemic alternative to table sugar and dangerous artificial sweeteners. A quick Super Health tip: make an effort to eliminate conventional white sugar and white breads from your diet. These foods are high in calories and empty of nutrition. Instead, try delicious Therasweet in your morning coffee, your afternoon tea, and your favorite holiday recipes.

Learn today how you and get the same beneficial healthy bacteria (prebiotics and probiotics) that you find in yogurt, kefir, and other fermented foods. And can you actually brush your teeth with Therasweet™?

Audio Transcript

KC: Welcome. This is KC and Monica Craichy, founders of Living Fuel, here to talk to you about TheraSweet, therapeutic sugar.

Monica: We’re going to talk about what is it made of, why do I need it and how do I use it. Let’s first talk about what it is made of.

KC: It is made of well known natural sweeteners, xylitol, hardwood xylitol, tagatose, which is found in sweet potatoes and other vegetables. It is made of the amino acid, glycine, which is one of the most abundant amino acids in the body and probiotics, micro-encapsulated probiotics. So, this is a prebiotic and probiotic sweetener that basically looks and tastes like sugar and has essentially the same effect without a glycemic, it’s a very minimally low glycemic response.

Monica: So, this is good for diabetics.

KC: Excellent for diabetics, but as we’ve talked many times, everyone should eat as if they were a diabetic, not the way diabetics are trained to eat, but the way diabetics should eat which is a low glycemic response kind of way.

Monica: Why did you combine those ingredients into the therapeutic sugar, TheraSweet?

KC: They each have their own attributes of health benefits. The minimizing of dental care is of the xylitol, the tagatose being an extremely hypo- allergenic and the glycine having so many uses in the body, it’s a very abundant amino acid. These probiotics are basically, the same products we put into just about everything we do. Micro-encapsulated rhamnosus, bifido and acidophilus. One teaspoon of this therapeutic sweetener has approximately the probiotics of two cups of yogurt. The goal is to have something that people will use for pleasure that actually is good for them.

Monica: It is called TheraSweet and you’ve said it is therapeutic sugar. What makes this therapeutic for the body?

KC: Well, the fact that it is not spiking the sugar is obviously a big one. Secondly, the prebiotics and the probiotics for the gut health and then all the other benefits of these two sweeteners we just discussed make it something that is actually good for you. The way I use this product is sprinkling it on berries or something to that effect. I don’t use a lot of sweetener, but most people do. How do you use the product?

Monica: As KC mentioned, it has the same consistency as sugar. If I put it on a teaspoon and showed it to you, you would think it was sugar. I use it just like you would sugar. We can sweeten tea with it. Like you said, we put it on berries, on yogurt, on trail mixes, on top of, maybe, salad if it is a fruity salad. You can use it like you would any regular sugar. We even have people who bake with it. So, it is really very versatile.

KC: We want to caution you, though. You don’t start by making a super sweet lemonade with TheraSweet because you have to get used to this level of gut nutrients. So, smaller amounts to start with.

Monica: It will help clean you out, right? I remember the kids had a lemonade stand and they used a jar of our TheraSweet, and when I found out after they’d sold all their lemonade, I was a little concerned about the neighbors, but I guess they were all cleaned out that night.

KC: Just take your time and build up slowly. Sprinkling it on berries is a great way to start, or on whatever that you want to sweeten up.

Monica: I’ve even heard you say, too, that you can even brush your teeth with it.

KC: Actually, you can. Some of our kids have done that. Because of the positive aspects, of some of the sweeteners here.

Monica: I guess you could use it as a gargle, too. Put it in a little water and swish it around in your mouth for that same effect, right?

KC: I just really don’t want to start developing a sweet tooth, so use it how you would use sugar, and you’ll be better off for doing it. Hope that was helpful to you. God bless you and have a great day!


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