Products and Supplements We’re Experimenting with Now : The Renegade Health Show Episode #679

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Today, we’re going to let you into our lives a little and show you want we’re reviewing and experimenting with recently…

Many of these products I haven’t formed an opinion on just yet, but some are really promising tools. Others are just OK.

Today, I’m going to let you in on my thought process and share with you these products and supplements.

Take a look…

Your question of the day: What are you experimenting with now, have you tried any of these products?

Click here, scroll down to the bottom of the page and leave your comments now!

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Kevin Gianni

Kevin Gianni is a health author, activist and blogger. He started seriously researching personal and preventative natural health therapies in 2002 when he was struck with the reality that cancer ran deep in his family and if he didn’t change the way he was living — he might go down that same path. Since then, he’s written and edited 6 books on the subject of natural health, diet and fitness. During this time, he’s constantly been humbled by what experts claim they know and what actually is true. This has led him to experiment with many diets and protocols — including vegan, raw food, fasting, medical treatments and more — to find out what is myth and what really works in the real world.

Kevin has also traveled around the world searching for the best protocols, foods, medicines and clinics around and bringing them to the readers of his blog — which is one of the most widely read natural health blogs in the world with hundreds of thousands of visitors a month from over 150 countries around the world.


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  1. Sandi S says:

    I contacted Tropical Traditions who deals in organic coconut products from the Phillipines and their comment on coconut sugars, etc. is that they are not handling those items because of the process that it takes to acquire the finished product….because it comes from the coconut blossoms, it takes away from the fruit itself (doesn’t allow a coconut to grow) so they feel that it’s not “eco friendly” and therefore advise against them. Have you checked out Tropical Traditions? They sell wholesale too. Go to their site and read all about the coconut, it’s products, etc. if you haven’t already done so. Thanks! Love your shows.

  2. Charlie says:

    Thanks for letting us in on what you’re up to right now, what products are up in the air for you and Annmarie, etc…

    Right now and for the last couple of months, I’ve been getting into the phenomenal world of herbal alchemy(love the Tulsi tea recipe!). Experimenting with teas and elixirs- using all Ultimate products. I have to admit, my overall well being and mental clarity has been drastically changed for the better. I don’t pay attention to all the unnecessary noise around me.

    I have also made a commitment to exercising 3-4 times a week opposed to the usual 1-2 times a week, even if it’s just a half hour- makes a huge difference. Thanks for motivating me to do so guys!


  3. Vegan Diet says:

    Have you guys had a chance to experiment or form an opinion on Adya Clarity?

  4. Joe says:

    Tried only in a chocolate bar, it has the same feeling to cane sugar; my gums prefers honey with chocolate/cacao beans.


  5. Great Post. I actually love all the coconut products myself but I am little skeptical as well of the processing of it.

    I noticed that you’re using warrior protein. I seen some pretty good reviews about it. I used the Vega Protein buy I didn’t like the flavor.

    I’m thinking about using the Warrior Protein for my 90 Day Fitness Journey. Could tell us how it taste?


  6. Diana C. says:

    I haven’t tried any of the products you mentioned, but I’d like to try Sun Warrior protein and the Ethiopian spices sometime. I have been experimenting with systemic enzymes called Exclzyme 2AF and am noticing less muscle and joint discomfort.

  7. john says:

    Adya Clarity, product.add to water .

  8. Jane says:

    Thanks Vegan Diet – I have same question about Adya Clarity. There is a lot of info about it at the moment. Do you have an opinion Kevin and Annmarie?

  9. suz says:

    Do you know where the cocnuts come from that are in the coconut products you are using? Thai coconuts are treated with formaldehyde, which coconuts are not treated?

  10. Tyra McMahon says:

    I have all the coconut products you’ve shown and even the coconut vinegar. My husband likes the raw coconut nectar. He says it tastes like mollasses too. I really like the raw coconut aminos. I don’t use much.

    What I am waiting for is the adya clarity I ordered. I too would like your feedback on this product.

    I also have been trying the cleansing enzyme formula from Raw Food World. I’ve been taking 1/4 teaspoon with a glass of water but find my tummy burns. No I don’t have an ulcer buy maybe something to do with too much hydrochloric acid. The main ingrediant is protease.

    Wondering when you will be getting more cinnamon in stock? Waiting for that before I order your Sacha Inchi oil.

    Thanks again for a great informative show!!!

  11. emma says:

    I read “Rhodiola Revolution” and Rhodiola is a great adaptogen. However, it can burn out your system. You just don’t need Rhodiola right now. They say it creates a better athletic result, but they tested it on Russians in their cold environment. I think it is best for people who are depressed and a bit lethargic. You are the expert, but if Rhodiola is making you feel odd, Fo-ti is your best bet. I used to take Rhodiola, but switched to Maca. I take Maca every 3 weeks and then take a break. I am not religious about it though. I just take it after very hard workouts that last over 2 hours.
    I just like getting the herb without all the packaging. It is cheaper too.

  12. Jasmine says:

    Experimenting with Body Ecology Diet
    – cooked grains – quinoa, buckwheat, amaranth, millet
    – cultured coconut and kefir and veggies
    – sunwarrior protein (which i love!)
    – mixing up my workout routine and weight training
    – baked winter squash (loving all of them)
    – red potatoes
    – steamed veggies

    I have tried the new chapter holy basil and I like it. I also have holy basil in loose-leaf tea form but not from Ultimate Superfoods, yet.

    I’ve tried the coconut vinegar and I just got the aminos, which I don’t use often.

    I really like the vinegar – it seems to have a positive affect on my digestion even more so than apple cider vinegar (which I don’t really notice much of an affect).

    I took, would like to know what you think of adya clarity. I’ve been experimenting with that and also Health Force Nutritionals Parasite cleanse.

    I’ve noticed all or some of these products mentioned have been helping. I’ve noticed a considerable decrease in candida symptoms. I feel better than I have in over a year!

  13. Michelle says:

    You guys are awesome. Thank you for all that you do. I’ve been adding Adya Clarity to our water for about 6 weeks now, and am doing “super shots” of it in the morning, followed by a liter of Adya water. I am noticing a calming effect on my nerves, as well as less mental fog. Have you experimented at all with this product? I would love to hear your thoughts…positive or negative. You have such a common sense approach, and I’m appreciative. BTW: Kevin cracked me up covering Jonny 5’s behind in the most recent show! Too funny. Much love to you two.

  14. Casey and Mateo says:

    Diatomaceous earth, puppies and raw meaty bones.

    We just got 2 cute puppies and I am feeding them raw (what puppies eat) and considering the state of a dogs life (cats too). Some how even though I live a life free of as many chemicals as I can I think it is important to worm and vaccinate my pets. I am confused with my self right now.

    I spent the day looking into diatomaceous earth and found not only is it amazing for animals (we are those too) to keep them free of parasites and yuky things it is full of silica which is super for all animals (even up right ones).

    So next week’s experiment, diatomaceous earth.

  15. I started taking rhodiola last week after I wrote this article about it:
    I wasn’t able to write about all the reputed benefits due to space constraints, but I see that many practitioners recommend taking a break from rhodiola and other adaptogens. Have you done any research on the need to take breaks? And could you just switch them around from time to time instead of stopping altogether, I wonder?
    I have been taking rhodiola for about a week, different brand than the one you tried, and it feels a little like a mild caffeine IV drip throughout the day. Not sure if that’s what you meant by “weird”:)

  16. Ineke says:

    I absolutely LOVE Ethiopian food. There is an Ethiopian restaurant in Colorado Springs called Uchenna, that has an amazing berbere lentil sauce so yes I know exactly what you are talking about. I’m always curious about new natural sugars but I do not experiment with supplements. I rather see a practitioner/wholistic MD who is experienced enough to tell me what I need. We also use “sunwarrior” and we like it very much

  17. Karen says:

    I recently tried to dehydrate veggies. I was less than pleased, and the dehydrator makes a lot of noise. Anyway, I’ll be checking around and trying it again. I really want to make my own stuff. Your shows rock!

  18. Mary says:

    Kevin and Anne Marie,

    I agree -you are awesome and very much appreciated. I really appreciate that you call the companies to find out about these products. I am experimenting with the coconut aminos and adya clarity. I also wanted to try the other coconut secret products so I am so looking forward to what you find out.

    I just got your sacha inchi and like it. Thanks for providing these different products.

    I have been wanting to share my experience with raw food to help others avoid what I did. I wanted to eat as much raw as I could and I ended up following into depending on too many nuts and seeds and avocados and coconut oil[I am not so sure whether the coconut oil contributed to the problem or not]. I was not eating enough raw vegetables or fruits. Anyway, my skin mostly on my hands turned yellow. I went to a nutritionist and he said my liver needed help. I was very disappointed because I have been trying to eat the best possible foods nutritionally and couldn’t believe this happened. I also needed to start adding in some cooked foods as well along the way. So please be careful about the fats.

    Best regards to you both and again thank you bunches for all you do.

    Sincerely, Mary Harris

  19. Thomas says:

    I am experimenting with Choline & Inositol (for healthy nerve transmission and fatty acid metabolism). They are members of the B-complex family.

    I am also still “testing” Ashwagandha. I have had such good health with it for the past year (knock on wood), that I’ll think I’ll continue to “test” it. 🙂

  20. Tandi says:

    Just got Adya Clarity, I’m experimenting but concerned that it might destroy the friendly flora as well as candida so I’m not sure about that one yet.

    Just got nascent iodine for my thyroid, I haven’t taken any medication for my thyroid hoping this will help.

    I have been taking Mega food thyroid maintenance, I have noticed some positive effects but still struggling with very low body temp and low metabolism so we’ll see.

    I have also been taking the spirulina crunchies, love the way they taste!

  21. Muriel says:

    I am experimenting with Organic MSM from Vancouver, Canada.
    I think so far that it is an amazing cell food.
    It has completely healed my arthritic stiffness and pain in my lower back.
    I take it twice a day with absorbic acid and wash it down with l0 oz.water. Depending on your weight, i need to take l tsp. morning and before supper.
    After 2 months, remarkable results.

  22. Sheryl says:

    I do not do any kind of supplements I feel the closer to nature the better the only sweetner I use is honey. I do not do any kind of vinegars because they are like drinking alcohol I get an immediate negative reaction from them. God is telling us stick to the basics – fruits, nuts, veggies

  23. nick says:

    I have been eating Natt? a traditional Japanese food made from soybeans fermented with Bacillus subtilis. You can find it in oriental supermarkets. Natto contains large amounts of vitamin K, which is involved in the formation of calcium-binding groups in proteins, assisting the formation of bone and preventing osteoporosis. Vitamin K1 is found naturally in seaweed, liver, and some vegetables, while vitamin K2 is found in fermented food products such as cheese and miso. Natt? has very large amounts of vitamin K2, approximately 870 micrograms per 100 grams of natt?.

    According to a study, fermented soybeans, such as natt?, contain vitamin PQQ, which is very important for the skin.[5] PQQ in human tissues is derived mainly from diet.

    According to recent studies, polyamine suppresses excessive immune reactions, and natt? has a much larger amount of it than any other food.
    I have been eating it with mustard and glueton free organic crackers which is not bad because it does have a slippery texture.
    There is a whole host of benefits of Natto.

  24. Anne says:

    Hi Kev and Anne,

    Over the last year I’ve been having Maca regularly (probably 6 days a week) about 1/2 tsp in my recovery drink after my training. On those days I train 3-4 hours. I was also having Vega Whole food health Optimizer almost every day for a while and that has maca in it. However i now only have it very occasionally when I feel I need more protein. I like Maca and I know it feeds the adrenals but I recently had a mammogram and had to go and repeat it and now need to have an ultrasound and I suspect it’s because of the breast density due to the maca hormone balancing effects. I wonder if others have had that issue. I see online that Maca is not recommended for women who have had a history of breast cancer and I haven’t but wonder whether this points to the same thing.

    I haven’t tried sun warrior protein yet but will endeavour to try it soon.

    What I’m really experimenting with is my diet, changing it, refining it, getting blood tests etc. I went from Raw vegan, higher fat and lower glycemic fruits to try the 80-10-10 or a transition to that. I also add a fish oil capsule at the moment and a few other things like sprouted quinoa and buckwheat and still have my recovery drinks after training. I lost some weight which worried me but seems to have stabilized now. I find that right now, as the weather cools in Vancouver, this way of eating makes me susceptible to the cold but I have a lot more energy than I did on the higher fat, lower carb diet.

    But still tweaking…probably forever tweaking.
    Thanks for all that you do

  25. Gretchyn says:

    Fun show…mmm thanks for the tip about ethiopian spices..i’ve been getting bored with my usual ones! I’ve been experimenting with supplements lately. vitamin D, iron, B-12 patches, and udo’s oil with DHA…juries still out i pretty much feel the same as before. I’m also interested about what you know of adya clarity, i know several people who are taking it and having positive results.

  26. Jackie says:

    Really great show Kevin ~ but Please – when you are showing us a product, hold it still, so we can read the label too !
    I did manage to see a little of the Brad’s Chips package, and some of the Sun Warrior .
    Giggle giggle is hard for us,(your viewers) to see and read….thanks Kevein !!!!

  27. Horst Schmidt says:

    …YANKEE-DOOLES hawke ANY CRAP for $$$…
    You sux in the DUMMIES…

  28. Vitamin B12 says:

    Around 3 months ago I started taking the vanilla Sun Warrior every day and found that it really help with my workouts at the gym. And like with Kevin, it really helps with my recovery.

    I have just got my new batch of Sun Warrior though and it tastes really strange. If anyone has Lot No. A250101 with expiry date of 09/2012, can you let me know if you also noticed a different taste. It’s not as swwet as usual, so I’m wondering if teh sweetness usually covers up what I’m tasting now. Or maybe they changed the formula slightly. Or maybe different batches just taste different.

    You can reply here or contact me on above link.

    I bough Kevin’s Blood Test book and audio program and got my blood tested yesterday. I will get the reults in 2 weeks. My blood presure was 130/80. I would like it to be 120/70 and am wondering what blood pressure readings other vegans usually have. I’m 50, so 130/80 isn’t bad, but it’s not optimal.

  29. Sue says:

    First I’d like to mention that, like Sandy S, I have been using Tropical Traditions products
    for years. I buy coconut oil from them in 5 gal pails, very econommical. I transfer some to glass jars for daily use. I bought their coconut vinegar but haven’t used it much yet as I’still finishing off a a bottle of Braggs apple cider vinegar.
    Also a special thank you to Annmarie for the wonderful skin care products. Will you be coming out with any hair care items?
    You both rock and have the best health show on the net! Johnny5 rocks too.
    Love ya.

  30. Like many others, I have been using Adya Clarity quite a bit over the past 2 weeks. I haven’t noticed a lot of results yet, but am hoping it it beneficial. I also started adding some Iosol iodine to my diet to help with hypothyroid symptoms (hair loss, coldness, fatigue). No definitive conclusions on that yet either.

    On another note, I had the most amazing salad at a local restaurant last night. It was called the Anti-Oxidant Salad. It was baby spinach topped with walnuts, dried cherries, kiwi, blueberries and strawberries with a pomegranate vinaigrette. Amazing!

  31. Sara Rice says:

    I have been experimenting with the coconut secret’s products as I was excited to see a soy and gluten free aminos..I have not noticed a negative reaction from it at all although I doubt it has not been processed to to obtain the color and texture its gone through. As for coconut crystals- my friend who works here at Live Live in nyc told me the same remark as Sandy S had about the overly processing of the coconut products. I for one- had a very negative reaction upon consuming the crystals similiar to consuming agave- headache almost immediately and fatigue so I prefer honey/lucuma/mesquite/yacon. And the coconut flour- is absolutely terrible taste in recipes so dont even bother with that product.

  32. Kevin, here you will find an interview with Leslie from Coconut secret, where she talks about the processing of the products.


  33. Sue says:

    Does anyone know anything about Braggs Liquid Aminos? Is it bad for you? I’ve gone back and forth about this for quite a while. I thought it would at least be better for you than Nama Shoyu. Thanks!

  34. Gail says:

    Shoot. I’ve got so many different things going on it would be hard to really say/or know for sure on some of them.
    First, my diet can range from really good to really bad, but it isn’t as bad as a lot of people out there, but certainly needs improvement, too!
    I’ve had good luck with Ashwaghanda; and good luck with Cordyceps. Cordyceps gives me good, restful sleep. Ashwaghanda gives me good, regulated energy.
    The first time I tried Maca, in powdered form, in a smoothie – I became an irate, highly irritable “B” word. Most Ginsengs will do the same. I will bite somebody’s head off.
    I do notice, however, that because I drink coffee (with cream & sugar), it might not go well with that.
    I was concerned about heart & BP issues and thyroid issues I was having, so tried a thyroid product and some Hawthorne and did not feel ‘right’ at all. It scared me and I stopped taking them. I think one of the products was Tyrosine.
    My Chiro wanted me to take Tribulus to give more energy and more positive outlook/attitude/depression, etc (in place of Testosterone for females). Although when I read what it was normally used for, I was afraid I’d start humping the furniture or something! Thank God it is giving me the energy/mood effects desired! LOL
    I take liquid calcium/magnesium at night (flavored) and I like how relaxing it is and the good elimination effects in the morning.
    I am using my first Body Ecology’s Cocobiotic and I do like it. Want to learn how to make my own fermented beverage whether Kombucha or Rejuvelac, or whatever as it does make my stomach feel good.

    You two are great. Love the life you have.
    Jinjee told me her dad’s best saying was “Such a life on such a planet!” and even made himself a T-shirt that says that, and I was so touched by that memory of hers of him that I told her she should make it a ‘thing’.
    I can see you two doing that. I think it’s really special.

    So to you, I say: “Such a couple – on such a planet!”

  35. Darlene Santano says:

    I’ve taken New Chapters Holy Basil and found it had a very positive effect on my sleep and calmness.

    Right now I’m experimenting with taking an Omega 3 EPA/DHA fish oil supplement as opposed to taking the Omega 3 EPA/DHA/axtaxanthin in a Krill Oil. I’ve decided I like the Krill better as it doesn’t cause any reflux. Apparently, according to Dr. Mercola, you don’t need as many grams of the Krill to have the same benefits as having to take 5 grams of fish oil a day. My chiro told me you need 5 grams of EPA a day to get any benefit from it.

    I haven’t tried any coconut sweeteners but the coconut nectar looks interesting. I’m looking for a good quality sugar (sweetener) subsitute other than honey or molasses, although molasses has lots of iron and zinc, so this might be a good alternative.

    Incidentally, what is diatomaceus earth? I’d like to get some for my cats. I already feed them natural food without any grains and they really like it and appear to be doing very well on it.

    I’m also taking a women’s multi vitamin with added chlorella, alfalfa and kelp. It also contains minerals such as zinc, iron, iodine, chromium and selenium. It’s from a company called Progressive Nutritional Therapies. Not sure if it’s a Canadian based company or not. I like to choose Canadian based products whenever possible because of the costs associated with buying from the U.S. and the time the products take to get to Canada.

    By the way Kev, don’t know if I told you yet or not, but I looove your Ceylon cinammon and put it in my homemade granola and other things. It’s awesome! I would like to order some more. Is that still possible?

  36. Rod says:

    It was great having you both of you talk in Georgetown today, thank you.

    If you are looking for food in Toronto, I’ve heard that Fresh is really good.

    On a cool Canadian fall day, if you are looking for something warmer, then very highly recommended, but only open on weekdays: Camros Organic Eatery or Gandhi Cuisine for the top rated roti in Toronto (this may be a Toronto thing but here they they serve incredible east Indian curry in west Indian roti)

    Mother India, affilitated with Gandhi, is open on weekends.

    See for restaurant reviews.

  37. Ryan says:

    What is this” cross fit” you are referring to?

  38. Matt says:

    With regard to things I’ve been experimenting with, I started taking deer antler velvet a couple of weeks ago after hearing over and over about the numerous benefits it has on the body.

    After a couple of days I noticed my mood was absolutely terrible and I couldn’t sleep at night. Then I got a tightness in my throat and palpitations in my chest which were really quite worrying, so I cut the dosage in half. Nothing changed, so I stopped taking it altogether and the symptoms cleared up a day or so later.

    I went to the doctor and had a check up, my ECG was fine and he thought it could have been an allergy or reaction to the deer velvet.

    If anyone plans on trying a velvet antler product, or any other IGF-1 type product, I’d recommend starting with a very small dose to see ho it affects you.

  39. Veronika says:

    I love the Coconut Secret products so far. I’ve been experimenting with the coconut nectar, sugar, vinegar, and aminos. Supposedly they’re all raw and contain lots of minerals.

    Coconut nectar – tastes like molasses, and I don’t get the weird feeling I get from agave.

    Coconut sugar – love how it tastes like brown sugar, but it doesn’t melt/blend as easily so sometimes I powderize it in a mini blender.

    Coconut vinegar – love this one! it has LIVE cultures and minerals.

    Coconut aminos – i agree that it has a sweet taste, but i rarely use any type of aminos unless it’s a special recipe. I usually half the amount, which cuts the sweetness and add a little more himalayan salt to compensate. I imagine that because it’s not made from soy and it’s raw, it doesn’t form the same glutamate byproduct that tamari and braggs aminos makes.

  40. snowmoonelk says:

    In my fridge at the moment I have chy-wan-prash herbal jam. “It is Ayurveyda’s primary formula for rejuvenation and vital health. It has been used for centuries for its boosting and energising action on the immune system.”

    It is delicious.

  41. suzette says:

    Hey there 🙂 Where can I ask a question that doesn’t pertain to the subject of this video? Like a Q&A thing where I can get an answer.

  42. smita says:

    so glad you guys discovered crossfit! I’ve beend doing it for almost 3 years and am sooo passionate about it! Never been so consistent with any program other then crossfit!

  43. Cindy says:

    I have tried the New Chapter Rhodiola but ONLY at 100mg. At that dose it makes me feel great almost like a calm energy or calm confidence. At the higher dose I can’t sleep at night and I feel like i’ve had caffeine which is way too much over-stimulant for me.

  44. Karen Beattie says:


  45. Suzen says:

    Regarding Rhodiola the purest and best source is Rosavin Plus by Ameriden. My Harvard trained herbal specialist Dr. Patricia Gerbarg has me taking it to repair severe neurological and memory damage caused by the meningitis fever from the onslaught of my initial lyme disease attack. She has done extensive research on Rhodiola and states that most are poor contaminated sources…even ‘wild crafted’ sources are merely seeds scattered in the wild and then harvested. She has me on long-term usage to repair memory loss and I feel no ill effect. As a side note I found an old youtube of you Kevin talking about colonics from 2009 – wow, to see you now vs then is a testament to a healthy diet as you look super vibrant in comparison – to be fair in 2009 it was the episode just before you launched the ‘Kale Whale’ so I’m sure that had something to do with it! Good for you two – and good for us!

  46. QC says:

    I’ve tried coconut sugar, really like the taste of it but didn’t know that it is not eco-friendly.

    I’ve also tried SunWarrior Protein, didn’t find it helpful at all. Maybe because I wasn’t training at that moment. I was sick and losing weight…

    I just ordered the Inchi oil, I’m going to try that and see if it helps increasing my Omega 3 level.

  47. Sharon says:

    I’ve been using coconut sugar lately in my chocolate instead of agave. I had to grind it down a bit though since it doesn’t melt into the coconut oil very well. Tastes good. I was at a chocolate demo and tried chocolate made with the syrup. All good. Can’t go wrong with chocolate! I experimented with yacon syrup and chocolate. Also good. 1 tsp yacon per 1/3 cup choc. Another chocolate experiment was using turmeric powder with cinnamon (which I don’t normally like much so it was just a bit) and cayenne. Super antioxidant chocolate and I didn’t taste the turmeric at all.

    Such a weird coincidence but I actually had Ethiopian spice in my quinoa for dinner. Instead of water I used coconut milk (we’re low on food today so I had to experiment with what was in the cupboard!). I put in some fresh ginger too but that was about it. I just checked the jar for ingredients but it only says “10 spices”. I’m missing injera. I must get a dehydrator someday!

    Been using Sun Warrior for several years thanks to Mike Adam’s review. It’s awesome that they stopped using those big plastic containers.

    Tried Holy Basil from NC. Haven’t tried the Rhodiola. My fave adaptogen is Jioagulan (Gynostemma).

    I’ve been experimenting more with tissue salts. Tore a small muscle in my lower back and with the salts it healed in 3 days. Completely. Unbelievable. Normally it would take weeks.

  48. anonymous says:

    Is there anything particularly healthful or nutritious about Coconut sugar?

    I’m looking to use Cerylon Cinnamon, or Coconut sugar as an alternative to the more mainstream alternatives… stevia (Sweet Leaf, Puritan’s Pride), sugar alcohols (Xylitol/Erythritol), luo han guo extracts (Sweet Fiber), Orange Peel / Chicory Root (JustLikeSugarInc) or sucrose/fructose/ (whey low)…

    Does coconut sugar have any of the good properties of coconut oil?

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