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No good at all for diabetics as the sugar is replaced by dextrose - every bit as dangerous as sugar.Published 1 month ago by L A Beard
Yes, it's no sugar, but no, it requires the use of Dextrose for nearly every recipe. If your trying to avoid sugar, dextrose (an artifical syrup sugar) is not the answer according... Read morePublished 1 month ago by S. Head
Only tried a couple of the receipes but they turned out fine especially if you use an extra egg.Published 2 months ago by busman440
I really enjoyed reading this book because it confirmed a great deal of information that I had already assimilated. Read morePublished 5 months ago by susanne mitchell
The advice given by this book was not endorsed by my health advisor so I will not be following it.Published 6 months ago by DebbieN
I want to thank David Gillespie for this book which I bought because my grandson has an enzyme deficiency and can't process sucrose (convert into glucose). Read morePublished 7 months ago by Gill Croz
It isn't "no sugar", it is just "different sugar". Diabetics look elsewhere.Published 8 months ago by Carol Harris