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JOE | SWEETENER | Xtreme Healthy Lifestyles

Joe at Xtreme Healthy Lifestyles would like to tell you about the first 100% Natural Clinically Proven Low Glycemic Sweet Infused Sweetener that is both Kid and Diet Friendly.Joe Medrano, Xtreme Healthy Lifestyles, Sweet Infused Sweetener

Xtreme Healthy Lifestyles Sweet Infused Sweetener has undergone clinical trials in children ages 6-18 and adults (diabetic and non-diabetic). It has one of the longest safety records of any sweetener, and has been proven tested safe in more than 250,000 humans over a 25-year period. With a regulatory status as a “natural fruit sweetener”, and “sweet fruit concentrate”, SIS has been GRAS since 1997.

Sweet Infused Sweetener (SIS) has undergone multiple Board Approved Human In Vivo Clinical Trials. These clinical trials have demonstrated both a very Low Glycemic Index and Low Glycemic Load in humans, both as a stand-alone sweetener and as an ingredient in ice cream, candy, chocolate, etc.

Further, Board Approved Human In Vivo Clinical Trials have shown that Sweet Infused Sweetener (SIS) is a “natural Burnable Carb” which contains a unique blend of slow-release burnable-carbs to help minimize blood sugar swings.

Along with being kid friendly it is also diabetic friendly. SIS can be appropriate for people with Type 1 diabetesBut it is important to monitor your blood sugar regularly to see how SIF affects your blood sugar, as well as your insulin needs. SIS contains natural carbohydrates that are slowly digested to help minimize peaks in blood sugar, and does not spike blood sugar levels in most persons, including Type 2 diabetics.

Some Type 1 diabetics cannot tolerate natural Low Glycemic carbs, so it is essential to monitor your blood sugar levels in relation to SIS, and to discuss any changes in blood sugar levels with your health care professional. Note that weight loss does affect blood sugar levels and insulin needs.

You can use the sweetener in your coffee and tea. But best of all you can use the sweetener to cook and bake with everyday.

I would like to share a great recipe using the low-glycemic sweetener. The recipe is provided by Karin Raitz who is an independent rep with Xtreme Healthy Lifestyles.

Peanut Butter Chocolate Crinkles Joe Medrano, Xtreme Healthy Lifestyles, Peanut Butter Chocolate Crinkles
7 ounces of bittersweet chocolate (no sugar added) Chopped – Or 1 cup semi chocolate chips
½ cup (1 stick) unsalted butter
½ cup chunky or creamy peanut better – almond butter can be used instead
3 eggs
½ cup of XHL Sweetener
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
2 ¼ cups all-purpose flour
¼ cup unsweetened cocoa powder
2 teaspoons baking powder
½ teaspoon salt
1 cup powder sugar

Place chocolate, butter and peanut butter in a double boiler pot.
Cook, stirring until all melted. Let cool to figure touch.

While the chocolate is cooling, mix eggs, sweetener and vanilla until creamy.
Slowly add the warm chocolate mixture to the eggs mixture. Blend until creamy.
Add the flour, cocoa powder, baking powder and salt.
Mix completely

Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate at least 2 hours or overnight.
Prepare oven to 350 degrees and 2 large baking sheets with parchment paper

Place powder sugar into a shallow bowl
Shape dough into 1 ½ “ball and place on prepared pans.
Return to the refrigerator for 10 minutes
Take each ball and roll them into the powder sugar and place them back on the pan 1” apart.

Bake for 12 to 15 minutes. Let cool completely. Makes about 4 dozen.

Thank you Karin! The Crinkles are wonderful and much healthier using the Xtreme Healthy Lifestyles Low-Glycemic Sweet Infused Sweetener.

If you would like more information about Xtreme Healthy Lifestyles or how you can get the Sweet Infused Sweetener visit –   www.bit.ly/xhlstyle or provide your contact information below.

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