Trying to grocery shop for one of my children who is trying to eat sugar free is no easy task. Some extended branches on our family tree dos contain a few diabetics. When my oldest son went for his workplace physical, his lab work came back with some results that didn’t exactly indicate Diabetes but warranted some words of caution from the doctor. Hence, a new diet.
Sugar substitutes have come a long way from the early days when the little pink packet of Sweet-N-Lo or tiny saccharin tablets were the only options. Now I am utterly confused as I stand gazing at the shelves of the baking aisle at my local grocer. What is all this stuff? Continue reading “SUGAR OR ELSE”