[Sca-cooks] lethal drinks
kiridono at gmail.com
Sat Jul 19 05:06:07 PDT 2008
Actually, manufacturers of food and drink are required, at least in the US,
to list ingredients. As I'm a diabetic as well, I always check these to
make sure that there isn't a large quantity of sugar or similar products in
whatever it is. I also learned, early on, that most fruit juices are off
limits as they are very high in natural sugars. And it would seem to me
that high energy drinks like Red Bull would be high in sugar as well. So I
generally avoid fruit juices altogether. A fruit juice may not have any
added sugar, but they are high in natural sugars...with no fiber to counter
the effects of the sugar.
So I'd suggest you avoid most, if not all fruit juices (V-8 or tomato juice
appears to be the rare exception) just on general principles....
On Sat, Jul 19, 2008 at 12:26 AM, Suey <lordhunt at gmail.com> wrote:
> Antonia Calvo wrote:
>> Suey wrote:
>>> Noni almost killed me. Anyone who needs to take a potassium supplement
>>> can die of too much sugar in Noni. Please before selling study the facts.
>>> This is very serious. It is my life or your bread.
>> OK, I checked the facts. Noni juice doesn't have a lot of sugar.
> Cristina Alonso, midwife, founder and director of Luna Maya in Chiapas,
> Mexico an expert in natural medicines will tell you how Noni could kill her
> Mom, that is me. My MD was about to declare me diabetic, which I am not no
> thanks to sellsmen who will sell anything without looking at their
> customers or are not concerned about their personal circumstances. You can
> kill us with your hard sales talk be it Noni, Red Bull or whatever, check
> Cris out: http://www.lunamaya.org/indexi.php
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