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Can I neutralize all the acid with a pre spray ? Lmao
 

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If you drink too much Gatorade, for example, more than what you need to replace electrolytes, then you run the risk od

LOL I wish it was that easy!! :ROFLMAO:
Detergent rinse??? Lol
 

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I know it's all bad but when I'm out on a long, hot route.. I crave to drink those things .
Its going to be hard
 

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The real stuff, hard to beat. For it is real energy from the Sun, Soil and Water. No artificial energy. I make my own juices and add one table spoon of Cain sugar per cup of water to the lemon juice and cranberry juice... Did you know raw sugar has minerals in it?




REAL STUFF ORGANIC....

 
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The real stuff, hard to beat. For it is real energy from the Sun, Soil and Water. No artificial energy. I make my own juices and add one table spoon of Cain sugar per cup. Did you know raw sugar has minerals in it?

It is still a sugar. It may be slightly better than the processed sugars that go straight to the blood stream.
 

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Were you drinking much soda, coffee or tea?
I don't drink tea anymore and not much of a soda drinker either. I do drink coffee probably 3 to 4 cups a day. That's about it. I seriously think the blood pressure medicine I was put on may have had something to do with it since these problems started not long after I was prescribed them. Maybe I'm just crazy, but the BP meds do mess with your kidneys. I didn't see a doctor about the foot problems. Haven't had any prob lems with either foot for a good while now.
 

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It seems that just because Sugar in the Raw is unbleached makes it raw.

Perhaps that is what the USDA allows when it comes to labeling sugar products, but to me, a sugar that is truly raw means much more than just unbleached. It means that nothing has been removed or added as well.

The wording above is so sneaky because it leads the consumer to believe that the natural molasses is intact. And, for Sugar in the Raw, a small amount of the molasses is indeed intact because it is a darker color than white sugar.

But, the truth is that most of the molasses has been stripped away and Sugar in The Raw can claim it is raw all day long, but I for one, know it’s not.



Check out the picture to the right which shows a bowl of Sugar in the Raw next to a bowl of sucanat which is a truly unprocessed, all nutrients and molasses intact sweetener.

The sucanat is much darker visually demonstrating that Sugar in the Raw is a fake and is not an unadulterated product that is in it’s original, natural form contrary to the sneaky claims by the manufacturer.

Buy Sucanat As Your Healthiest White or Brown Sugar Substitute
Sucanat is the best substitute for white or brown sugar in your recipes for cookies and cakes – NOT Sugar in the Raw or other turbinado sugars.

Florida Crystals is another processed sugar attempting to masquerade as natural so beware.

Sucanat is simply dehydrated cane sugar juice and has been used for thousands of year by the people of India. While sucanat is your best choice when trying to find a truly natural and unprocessed substitute for processed cane sugar, be careful not to overdo on the sucanat as eating too much can upset blood chemistry very much like white sugar or a fake raw sweetener like Sugar in the Raw.

It always pays big dividends to do a little checking before buying into any labeling claims.

Sugar in the Raw is just another clever marketing scheme designed to make money off of consumers who genuinely are trying to improve their diets but don’t have quite enough information to make a completely informed decision.


http://www.thehealthyhomeeconomist.com/sugar-in-the-raw-thats-not/
 
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Want the real scoop on Sucanat, Rapadura, Panela and Muscovado sugar?

Find the whole Sweet, Sweet Summer series HERE.

Three of them mean basically the same thing. Here’s why there are 4 names:

Sucanata trademarked name for whole cane sugar from dried (dehydrated) sugar cane juice. It stands for “sucre de canne naturel” which you can also remember in English as “SUgar CAne NATural.” You’ll find it in a dark brown granulated form. It retains 100% of the sugar cane’s molasses (sucanat is about 13% molasses). (Purchase at Vitacost.)

Panela similar to sucanat, panela isdried cane juice, traditionally found in a large block in Central and South American countries and Mexico. The terms dehydrated and evaporated are both used here! (Purchase at Amazon.)

RapaduraThe Portuguese name for Panela, also sold in large blocks in Brazil but also in granular form from a German company called Rapunzel, who tried to trademark the name amidst much controversy. Rapunzel removed the term from their packaging in February 2009 and simply use “organic whole cane sugar” now. Ironic: In Venezuela, rapadura is cheaper than white sugar, while in America it costs 5-10 times as much. (Purchase Rapunzel brand at Amazon or Tropical Traditions.)

Muscovadotypically substituted for brown sugar, muscovado is a product of the Philippines. It is also listed on the synonyms for whole cane sugar. It sounds like it’s more moist than other unrefined cane sugars and quite sticky, but it looks just like dark brown sugar. (source) Muscovado is evaporated cane juice, which makes it closer in nutrition to white sugar than sucanat or rapadura. (Purchase at Amazon.)


Note: from what I can tell, ‘dehydrated’ and ‘evaporated’ cane juice are often used synonymously, although this very helpful article at Wholesome Sweeteners describes two very different processes for dehydrating and evaporating sugar cane. In short, sucanat is dehydrated and retains the set of minerals and balance of sucrose, fructose and glucose in the whole sugar cane, while other organic sugars (including their own) is evaporated with some separation of the molasses, retaining only a smidge of the natural minerals.

http://www.kitchenstewardship.com/2011/08/10/a-sweet-sweet-summer-unrefined-dehydrated-whole-cane-sugar-sucanat-rapadura-panela-and-muscovado/
 

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Much better today after cherries.
 

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I could not stand more than 3-5 hours at work due to severe pain in both feet as result of Morton's Neuroma. After receiving proper treatments and wearing the orthofeet shoes I can happily say that I am able to stand for 12 hours at work and be pain free in both my feet. They feel great and I love the colors. Have helped my feet pain tremendously.
 
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I could not stand more than 3-5 hours at work due to severe pain in both feet as result of Morton's Neuroma. After receiving proper treatments and wearing the orthofeet shoes I can happily say that I am able to stand for 12 hours at work and be pain free in both my feet. They feel great and I love the colors. Have helped my feet pain tremendously.
Having the wrong shoes I think causes a lot of these foot problems. We're on our feet a lot and they take a lot of impact. From what I understand Morton's Neuroma is some kind of nerve inflamation in the foot. I'm thankful mine only lasted a couple weeks and went away. It was very painful. Compared to the achilles tendon pain though it was maybe 1/2 as painful.

I'm not using the inserts with my current shoes anymore and at the moment I'm pain free in both feet. :) The heel spurs lasted by far the longest and were especially painful when getting up in the morning or anytime after relaxing and getting up again. The shoes I'm now wearing just have good padding for the heel, good arch support, and an extra thick heel area to absorb heel impact. I've been using something like a hiking shoe with shoe inserts before this and that worked good too. Most of the shoe inserts I tried were junk, particularly the gel type were a complete waste of money. The ones I have now are called ProFoot and leave them in my other shoes. They helped with the arch support and heel impact.
 

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Oh, and the Gatorade, when you drink it in large quantities, will lead to a high triglyceride count..... Ask me how I know that! LOL
I think Gatorade has too much sugar in it which I'm trying to cut out of my diet as much as possible. Really that's a good idea for anyone. I also don't believe they're as good for your electrolytes as they claim. In fact, I think the only real good they might do is keep you hydrated. They have a very small amount of potassium and just a tad of salt along with lots of sugar. The last time I bought some I got a sugar free Powerade and a reduced sugar Gatorade. I won't be buying anymore of those type drinks with sugar and may just stick to water and some kind of fruit. I'm not a big fan of artificial sweeteners either, but I'm considering giving Stevia a try since it's plant based. I won't drink a soda of any kind anymore. I'm off them completely.
 

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I have a lot less pain when walking, I have a painful Morton's Neuroma, and these sneakers have made a significant difference in reducing that pain. and orthofeet shoes are comfortable! My feet may need a specialist, but I am happy with this purchase. I wear these to walk the dogs, exercise, or anytime nights and weekends. They look great and feel even better.