Free Sample of Sugar Replacement (Facebook Required) @ Whole Earth

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    If I click sign up it does not take me to the sign up page.

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      Me either. Can’t find any page that actually signs up to anything or mentions free sample.

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        Click the picture, a pop-up window to sign up will show up

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          I did and it doesn’t. I just get a products page. I click on each product and no sign up.

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            @UndeclaredFreak: I had to use fb app and it worked. Like the page and click the link using fb app.

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    Lol was the form pre-filled for anyone else or just me

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      Yes it was. Can't remember what was the last freebie from Facebook Ashley received previously.

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      So i left it with these details and just received it addressed to N00b 😅

  • +1 vote

    Don't tell me people put icing sugar in their coffee.

  • +6 votes

    INGREDIENTS
    Sweeteners (erythritol, organic steviol glycosides 7%).

    Sounds delicious.

  • -2 votes

    Dates are probably the only healthy solution to sweeten up your meal

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      I tried it but she wont go out with me!

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      How so? A single date is around 70%-80% sugar

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      I use honey and it tastes even better compared to sugar.

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      Just because it’s not cane sugar doesn’t mean it makes any difference. Your body is basically going to treat it the same way.

      The only advantage honey and dates have is that they may contain some additional nutrients. Otherwise, they’re mostly just sugar.

      If you want a “healthy” sweetener (i.e. a lower calorie content), you really can’t go past sugar alcohols and stevia (which this product contains). Other than the potential mild laxative effect of sugar alcohols, they’re fine.

      But personally, I just have normal sugar in very small quantities.

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        Yeah stevia, monk fruit and sugar alcohols seem to be the right choice if choosing an artificial sweetener - but like you I also just have a tiny bit of normal sugar when needed (which is just 1/3rd a teaspoon in the morning tea). I should switch to honey for that and will.

        I did recently purchase a large can of monk fruit sweetener that was on super special (having never purchased artificial sweetener before) with the idea that I could bake some shortbread cookies using it and almond/coconut flour as a substitute for grain flour. Low carb, sweet and buttery shortbread.. mmmmmmmmmm

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    Thanks OP

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          I was obviously talking about sugar cane, which is where sugar that we have in stores is made/extracted from.

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            @studentl0an: OK did you happen to google for "Naatu Sarkarai" or "Naatu Chakkarai"

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              @DisabledUser359554: Naatu Sarkara appears a less processed sugar made from the sugar cane, like brown sugar. It's not healthy.

              Please research monk fruit sweeteners. They don't have preservatives as you originally wrote, nor are they artificial (anymore than Naatu Sarkara is).

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                @studentl0an: Yes, I agree with you partially. However, it also have essential minerals, no impurities, no processing. Lot of them use this in cooking and or eating as side dish. I myself I have never used this for coffee or beverages but as a side for pancackes (Kind of a mixed lentil pancakes).

                https://www.amazon.in/Naatu-Sakkarai-Organically-Processed-C...

                You can read about its features in "About this item" information in the link above.

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                  @DisabledUser359554: Another name for Naatu Sarkara is Jaggery. In the link below you will be able to see the nutrient breakdown of different processed sugars including Naatu Sarkara (as Jaggery). Note that while Naatu Sarkara is a less processed sugar with more minerals, it still contains 9.7g sugar per 10g serving. That's still a lot of sugar, and it's the sugar that is the unhealthy part. Naatu Sarkara is healthier than white sugar, but IMO not as healthy as monk fruit sweeteners.

                  https://www.24mantra.com/blogs/organic-food/know-the-differe...

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                    @studentl0an: Yes Naatu Sarka is Jaggery, I completely agree with you. However, jaggeries again are of few types, and this naatu sarkara jaggery is better out of other types, and is what I bought recently and use as side for pancakes (Dosa type made of mixed lentils).

                    Ok yes sweetners are better they say but there are also articles and videos where they prove sweetners are again aritifical or equivalently bad too.

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                      @DisabledUser359554: It really depends on the sweetener. Some are made from nasty chemicals, some are made from natural extracts such as this monk fruit one.

                      In Roman times lead salt (in the form of acetate) was added to foods to make them taste sweet. We used to use lead to sweeten food before we realised it was a poison! It's one of the reasons historians believe Caesar was infertile, due to the high amount of lead he ingested.

                      Can I suggest to watch this video on a breakdown of nearly 20 sweeteners on how they are made and the effects on the human body: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u3mNYwBqgkA

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                        @studentl0an: Thank you for sharing the insights, quite interesting, will watch the video too; yes you are right, depends on sweetners; I was just told sweetners are bad equivalently but perhaps they didn't talk to this depth of different types of sweetners.

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    Everything is good in moderation.

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    Can someone post the direct link for signup page? For the life of me, I cant seem to find one.

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      Click the picture, a pop-up window to sign up will show up

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      I couldn't get it to work on mobile web, even when ticking desktop mode. Opening it w Facebook app worked.

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    Do we get 1 grain or a whole pack

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    Coconut sugar is probably the only best tasting healthy alternative to sugar.

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    Thanks Op

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    Thanks op. Also liked the free health judgements in the chat.

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    Thanks op. had to use desktop to get it to work in case anyone else has issues.