Sugar free sweets?

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  1. ronnie87

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    Don't know about anyone else, but I have always had a sweet tooth - not so much for chocolate, but SWEETS!!
    I quite like the fruitella sugar free gums, and presume theyre ok to have on atkins/low carb?! Anyone else allow themselves sugar free sweets?
     
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    I don't use them Ronnie, but if they are carb free I see no problem, I chew a lot of sugar free gum.
     
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    i like sugar free sweets but I hate that yacky saccharin flavour about an hour later. So I just have my atkins bar which i cut into two and use over the space of a day or two)
     
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    Hi! I absolutely love the Marks & Sparks sugar-free butterscotch sweets. One with a cup of coffee really helped stave off cravings when I was losing, although I was doing low carb but not Atkins so don't know if they're really allowed. Made with isomalt and sucralose. They give you the runs if you eat too many though!
     
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