What does everyone have to say about how much natural sugar is acceptable to consume on a daily/weekly basis. I'm talking about bananas, dates, honey, date honey, agave nectar, maple syrup, etc. I'm being led to believe that MS should be treated like a diabetic from in terms of blood sugar, yet many of these MS-compliant recipes do contain small to moderate amounts of natural sugars. (In fact, I was shocked to see brown sugar and white sugar in some of the recipes.) In any case, I'd be very interested in hearing what the group has to say about this.
Recipes are provided by other forum members, read each one and change it if it does not fit with what you are doing for example I chose to not add EVOO to anything I make.
I don't do any refined sugar (I do occasionally use unrefined sugar) I do eat dates, bananas and sometimes honey. I do not do pears and fresh pineapple and grapes as I have found that consuming those shortly afterwards my legs are bad.
This is not a diebetic diet, it is an avoid processed foods and junk food which really a diabetic should be doing anyway. Insulin does have an imflamatory affect in the body and my taste buds now don't need the sugar/sweetness years ago I used to crave.