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 on: Today at 01:35:30 PM 
Started by rene - Last post by rene

I recently started using OH YEAH ONE protein bars, they state only ONE CARB and are DELICIOUS! 

I've had the Birthday Cake, Lemon Pie and Maple - Truly cannot believe they are only ONE CARB for one bar.

Has anyone else tried and are they ok on FTS??

rene   Grin

 on: September 14, 2017, 04:46:57 PM 
Started by Shelly palmer - Last post by mouseissue
Hi, Shelley. And welcome!  Smiley

Morgan is correct about honey.

If sweetness is the goal, there is sugar free honey available.
I normally buy it in bulk as it's cheaper than one bottle at a time:

1 TBSP of raw honey has 17 grams of digestible carbs.
It actually has more digestible carbs than white, refined. table sugar.
It's equal to 4 teaspoons (1 & 1/3 TBSP) of white sugar!!!  Shocked Shocked Shocked

Another sweetener alternative is us "Fat To Skinny Zero Sweetener".
It' is pure sucralose in purified water.
It has distinctive table sugar sweetness without the sucrose (sugar).
You can order it here (see banner on right side of page).

I've many great things about cinnamon as an antioxidant.
Although my blood numbers are good (thanks to the Fat To Skinny low-carb lifestyle),
antioxidants help prevent various infections and other problems.
So I may give this a try (after I buy a Costco-size bottle of it).


 on: September 14, 2017, 04:26:14 PM 
Started by Joanne - Last post by mouseissue
Also praying that Doug and Umpa were clear of the hurricane.
And if they suffered property damage, that it be minimal or none.


 on: September 13, 2017, 10:41:06 PM 
Started by Shelly palmer - Last post by morgan
Hi  Shelley - welcome to the forum Smiley

Thank you for your suggestion but  if you have read Doug's book you would realise that honey is a bit of a no no when it comes to sugar free.  Perhaps a substitute like xylitol if  sweetness is the aim but if it has to be honey it will be tricky to incorporate it in your 20carbs/day.

Cinnamon is reported to do lots of great things but I'm not sure how this would help [url=http://www.fattoskinny.com/]lose weight[/url].

 on: September 13, 2017, 10:28:31 PM 
Started by Joanne - Last post by morgan
Here's hoping.....

 on: September 13, 2017, 07:40:07 PM 
Started by Joanne - Last post by Joanne
Sending prayers that Doug and Umpa were not in the Keys when the Hurricane hit!

 on: September 13, 2017, 04:44:58 AM 
Started by Shelly palmer - Last post by Shelly palmer
Hi folks, I am here to share my experience. I am a mother of a 1-year-old child. After the delivery, I picked up pounds and tried numerous methods to shed pounds. But everything went vain. I skipped dinners and my BP level went down. My hubby advised me not to skip food any longer.

Last month, one of my friends came to see my infant and I imparted my situation to her. She suggested a solution from her own experience. I was really surprised to hear that since it doesn't require any workouts and meal skipping. She sent me a cinnamon honey formula along with a pack of some great quality herbs and spices. She says that it worked for her and I tried it the very next day. It is just two weeks I started using the formula but surprisingly it is showing some good results. Now my blood sugar level is normal. Also, my cholesterol level has also gone down.

Cinnamon has antibacterial and antiviral properties. I would like to share the formula here and hope it would help you guys to reduce the weight.
Pour one cup of hot water over a part of cinnamon and allow it to steep for 10-15 minutes. Let it cool and add two parts of honey to this water mixture. For good results, consume it twice in a day. Always maintain a good and healthy diet...

 on: September 11, 2017, 01:37:40 PM 
Started by morgan - Last post by mouseissue
I fully agree with Morgan!
We are "listening".


 on: September 11, 2017, 01:35:48 PM 
Started by Strucker - Last post by mouseissue
Hello, morgan!  Smiley

I mainly log in to see if anyone has a question or concern, or just needs some support.

FTS literally saved my life. And that's what my doctor told me back in early 2011.
And if I can help save someone else's, I want to help them make it happen.

Like you, I do miss the conversations we used to have here.
Perhaps one day, Doug and Umpa will do something to revive it.

I also miss Doug and Umpa checking in here. But they are keeping the forum active.
I believe it's because they know that FTS is a lifesaver and this forum's website is worth keeping alive.

There are a lot of fantastic recipes here.
And there are also a lot more out there on the web.
I use both as a resource.

Take care, and keep checking in. You never know what you may see.  Smiley


 on: September 11, 2017, 01:25:58 PM 
Started by owensmath - Last post by mouseissue
Me too.   Lived the lifestyle,  dropped the lifestyle.   Wallowed in depression.  Trying to drag myself up by the boot straps as they say.  Why do we do these things to ourselves?Huh?   As you say "I know what to do"  Grin

First step will be clearing out the pantry and fridge.

Hi, morgan! Smiley

When shopping, look at high carb foods as the poison they are to us and don't buy them.
I've been doing that from the beginning. This has helped me stay on track.

Lifestyle Note... I will give in once and a while and have a hamburger (with bun) and potato fries or something else carby just to give in to a special craving. But I will NOT stock my home with high carb poisons. By doing this, it makes it easy to get back and stay on track so that my weight does not creep back (which it would). In other words, making access to high carb stuff more difficult makes it MUCH easier to find a substitute and forget about the urge and stay the course.

Take Care!  Smiley


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