Therapeutic Sugar? Yes!

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Posted on 13th February 2013 by admin in Super Health

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“Artificial” sweeteners are exactly that—artificial and unrecognizable as food in the body.  No one would pump Kool Aid into their car’s gasoline tank, yet literally millions of brightly-colored pink, blue, and yellow packets of artificial sugar are consumed every day.  Think different!  There’s a better (and a sweeter) way!

Meet Therasweet®, the sweetener that only Living Fuel could create.  Therasweet is an all-natural, plant-sourced, low-glycemic, non-corn alternative to conventional table sugar and artificial sweeteners.  Use delicious Therasweet in your morning coffee, afternoon tea, and your favorite recipes.  Why is Therasweet a healthy, even therapeutic, alternative?  Let’s look closely.  Therasweet is made of four ingredients:

Xylitol is derived from natural, organic hardwood trees and has long-been used safely by diabetics and those carefully monitoring their blood sugar levels.

Tagatose is a naturally occurring low-glycemic sweetener that has a minimal effect on blood glucose and insulin levels.

Glycine is a naturally sweet-tasting amino acid that helps regulate blood sugar levels by breaking down glucose into energy.  Interestingly, glycine comprises up to one-third of the collagen in the human body.

Micro-encapsulated probiotics assist in digestion and a healthy immune system; the same beneficial healthy bacteria (prebiotics and probiotics) that you find in yogurt, kefir, and other fermented foods.

To learn more, join Living Fuel founders KC and Monica Craichy to learn what Therasweet is, why you should add it to your pantry, and how to best enjoy it.  Click on the graphic below to watch.

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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™?

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SuperHealth Challenge Tip!

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Posted on 6th January 2012 by admin in Super Health

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Low Glycemic Foods

• Berries (blueberries, strawberries, cranberries, and raspberries)
• Broccoli
• Kale
• Spinach
• Avocados
• Nuts and seeds
• All meats, most vegetables, and some fruits

High Glycemic Foods

• Grain and grain products
• White breads
• Potatoes
• Rice
• Cooked or juiced carrots and beets
• Soft drinks and sport drinks
• Fruit juices

KC Craichy
The Super Health Diet

Holiday Health Challenge Tip!

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Posted on 6th December 2011 by admin in Holiday Health Challenge

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Benefits of Low Glycemic Response Foods

• Cause a smaller, more gradual rise in blood glucose levels after meals.
• Help you to stay full longer.
• Can improve the body’s sensitivity to insulin.
• Can improve blood sugar control in diabetics.
• Help people lose and control weight.
• Reduce blood cholesterol levels.
• Prolong physical endurance and help refuel carbohydrate stores after exercise.

To Reduce the Negative Effect of High GI Foods in a Meal

• Eat high quality fiber, protein, and fats along with GI foods. Include low GI foods such as eggs, meat, or berries.
• Add vinaigrette or other acidic extras, such as lemon juice.
• Cook with or add some extra olive oil or coconut oil.

KC Craichy
The Super Health Diet