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    Lady Jr
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    has anyone considered using monkfruit,also called luo han guo. I read it has been used as a sweetener for centuries, and after many years being only available overseas, it’s recently become easier to find in grocery stores in the United States. Monk fruit contains compounds that, when extracted, are natural sweeteners 300–400 times sweeter than cane sugar — but with no calories and no effect on blood sugar. But make sure that the monk fruit product doesn’t contain any erythritol or other unhealthy additives.

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    Yes I did use it and it didn’t affect my weight loss, the reason I stopped buying it is it’s too expensive.

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    Lady Jr
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    Thank you for your response. I saw it was so expensive and didn’t buy it yet…I may never 😉

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