The funny thing is I know exactly how it feels; I have spent many a cold rainy nights in the "Dog House"...not fun. Getting back to the agave issue. Perhaps this info may help if you not having to waste a whole day in grade B zombie land ;) I have in front of me two bottles of organic blue agave nectar from Sweet Cactus Farms. http://www.sweetcactusfarms.com
Both are labeled to be "suitable for diabetics and vegans". Both also have 4g of sugar per tsp. The difference from what I can see is one is "light" (mild taste) the other is "dark" (rich taste).
The following is info is on both bottles:
"CARBOHYDRATE EXCHANGE INFORMATION
1 serving (1tsp) of Agave Nectar = A Free Food (a free food is less than 20 calories or 5 Grams of Carbohydrate)
2 Servings (2tsp) = 1/2 Carbohydrate Exchange"
Now the one other major difference is also see is the "light" bottle reads "G = 19(low)" and "The Glycemic Index is a ranking of carbohydrates according to their effects of blood glucose levels"
I guessing the "light" one MAY be ok.
I hope this helps Uncle Tom =)
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to quote Mr. Gump "That's all I have to say about that"
I hope this helped guys!
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