Does Agave Nectar degrade to fructose with conventional home baking? I read the inulin answers, but agave nectar is not "pure" inulin. It's a combo of fructose (mostly) and some glucose bound in polysaccaride chains. My understanding that at... (more)
Most of the fructose is unbound like that in HFCS. It's likely a mixture of fructose, glucose and sucrose. It doesn't matter if it degrades during cooking, because the weak glycosidic bonds in sucrose are cleaved during absorption.
I have been doing 90% paleo and 10% goof for about 6 months now. I have lost 30 pounds and I am really seeing a difference in my mood, sleep, skin, etc. It is pretty much just like all the claims. Bottom line its working. The Paleo borderline... (more)
There are situations for every parent where a little sugar goes a long ways. Such as coaxing down medicines with a young child. We've been using Agave and are thinking about Stevia. I understand Stevia has been used in Japan for awhile, and has no... (more)
Occasionally my daughters (4, 17 months) will have something that has a few drops of liquid whole leaf stevia throughout. I have no problem with a liquid whole stevia concentrate since it's made by boiling stevia leaves and reducing until highly... (more)