Rob, She may not agree with the about Miracle …

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She may not agree with the about Miracle Muffins but the anecdotal results we are seeing are phenomenal. One of our clients who has been eating the 2 muffins a day for 2 years (as well as adding lecithin and inulin) has lowered his triglycerides from 350 to 119. Several of our diabetic (both insulin dependent and non-insulin dependent) diabetics have seen lower A1c results after eating the muffins for several months.

These results may not be typical and we insist that customers discuss changing their medications with their doctors. But, we are getting a lot of this type of response.

Sucralose may or may not be good for human consumption. We have another sugar free line that is sweetened with xylitol.

As for soy protein isolate, each muffin contains less than 1 gram of soy protein isolate. We use a non-gmo product. For every expert I have read who is anti-soy, there are others who are for soy.

The key to Miracle Muffins is choice. We offer these muffins as an option to diabetics and non-diabetics. For diabetics, the only insulin available in America is GMO insulin. The insulin itself is the cause for hypoglycemia which can lead to coma and death. See where Allie Beatty discusses the problems with non-vertebrate insulin. As for non-insulin dependent diabetics, take a look at their medications and the lists of complications and side effects that may happen. The list is endless from kidney failure, liver failure, diabetic neuropathy, etc. Any of the statins used for lowering cholesterol are known to cause heart disease.

So, it’s a bit of a trade-off I guess. If you try the muffins and you find that they are a good alternative to other foods you eat and you believe they can be beneficial, that’s great. If you don’t like them, then you don’t.

Of course, if you are to compare Miracle Muffins with a regular muffin from any local supermarket, you will find the calories in a regular muffins come from sugar, flour, margarine and artificial ingredients. At under 100 calories for Miracle Muffins and around 7 grams of fiber versus over 400 calories in a regular muffin and no fiber, it’s just a matter of choice.

Ramsey also commented

  • This is a great article.

    High fiber foods, like Miracle Muffins are another great way to help manage diabetes and weight loss.

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