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Honey vs Raw blue organic agave

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Posted by eurocatbaby on 3 years ago

My husband and I are vegan and wanted to know instead of using honey in the morning drink with lemon if we could use the organic blue raw agave. We haven't used honey in years but the agave is something we have had for years.

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Replies To Honey vs Raw blue organic agave

  • CokoB

    3 years ago

    Hi Zanne, there is new information about agave you might want to check out. The process that is used to make it renders it much worse for you on a glycemic load then once thought. So give it a google. Organic maple syrup is a good sweetner.

  • eurocatbaby

    3 years ago

    Wow I found some articles and it blew my mind. Thanks for the help. We had been using it awhile and thought it was so much better. That explains a lot about why it wasn't helping the way I thought it should. I am hoping to this reboot will help me with my sugar cravings. I have always had a terrible time eating veggies. Even though I went vegan with my husband when he had a brain tumor taken out. The last year I have run off the road and want to get back since I do feel better eating plant based meals. I hope this reboot helps reset my taste buds.

    Thanks CokoB

  • CokoB

    3 years ago

    Hi Zanne, I am a total sugar freak so I understand the issues we face. The thought of no sugar from here on out is just plain depressing to me however I have been reading a great book, Sugar Shocked by Connie Bennett and it really puts the sugar thing in perspective. I know I will not give it up totally but no more unrefined, processed stuff for me. There are great recipes on this site for yummy sweet things that have things that are good for you to eat.

    Best CokoB

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