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Tower Gate Custard Creams 200g 18p @ Lidl
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Tower Gate Custard Creams 200g 18p @ Lidl

£0.18£0.2528%LIDL Deals
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Posted 30th May 2019

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INGREDIENTS: Wheat Flour (Wheat Flour, Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), Sugar, Palm Oil, Whey Powder (Milk), Glucose Syrup, Wheat Starch, Raising Agents (Ammonium Bicarbonate, Sodium Bicarbonate), Salt, Flavouring, Colour (Mixed Carotenes).
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padamowicz9330/05/2019 08:15

Nice, you can join millions of people suffering diabetes for only 0.18p ! …Nice, you can join millions of people suffering diabetes for only 0.18p ! HOT from me, at the end of the day whats the worst case scenario with diabetes? Amputation of your leg or eyesight loss. Nothing compared to instant gratification and dopamine rush you get from these bad boys. At the end of the day we all gonna die.


You’re not going to get diabetes from a few custard creams eaten in moderation, stop being dramatic. people don’t need a lecture from holier than thou diet goblins on every post that includes something thats bad for you when consumed in excess, i’m sure people are fully aware.
Edited by: "Sympha" 30th May 2019
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My local Lidl hasn't had any custard creams in for months.
It was always this price. How is this a deal. Cold
If it ain't Crawfords it ain't custard creams.
Nice, you can join millions of people suffering diabetes for only 0.18p ! HOT from me, at the end of the day whats the worst case scenario with diabetes? Amputation of your leg or eyesight loss. Nothing compared to instant gratification and dopamine rush you get from these bad boys. At the end of the day we all gonna die.
Edited by: "padamowicz93" 30th May 2019
padamowicz9330/05/2019 08:15

Nice, you can join millions of people suffering diabetes for only 0.18p ! …Nice, you can join millions of people suffering diabetes for only 0.18p ! HOT from me, at the end of the day whats the worst case scenario with diabetes? Amputation of your leg or eyesight loss. Nothing compared to instant gratification and dopamine rush you get from these bad boys. At the end of the day we all gonna die.


You’re not going to get diabetes from a few custard creams eaten in moderation, stop being dramatic. people don’t need a lecture from holier than thou diet goblins on every post that includes something thats bad for you when consumed in excess, i’m sure people are fully aware.
Edited by: "Sympha" 30th May 2019
Sympha30/05/2019 08:40

You’re not going to get diabetes from a few custard creams eaten in m …You’re not going to get diabetes from a few custard creams eaten in moderation, stop being dramatic. people don’t need a lecture from holier than thou diet goblins on every post that includes something thats bad for you when consumed in excess, i’m sure people are fully aware.


Ignorance is bliss

Get out of your cave and watch some people around you, watch how the entire society is messed up. If cocaine was available at 0.18p you would be surrounded by millions of crack addicts. Instead we have obesity and diabetes.
Edited by: "padamowicz93" 30th May 2019
padamowicz9330/05/2019 08:40

Ignorance is blissGet out of your cave and watch some people around you, …Ignorance is blissGet out of your cave and watch some people around you, watch how the entire society is messed up. If cocaine was available at 0.18p you would be surrounded by millions of crack addicts. Instead we have obesity and diabetes.


So you want to live in a society that penalises everyone for the behaviours of people who cannot control themselves? Why should people who are not obese, who don’t have a problem with food, who are a healthy weight, who exercise regularly, be denied the opportunity to buy an £0.18 packet of biscuits just because there are some people out there who have no will power or self control
Edited by: "Sympha" 30th May 2019
Sympha30/05/2019 08:55

So you want to live in a society that penalises everyone for the …So you want to live in a society that penalises everyone for the behaviours of people who cannot control themselves? Why should people who are not obese, who don’t have a problem with food, who are a healthy weight, who exercise regularly, be denied the opportunity to buy an £0.18 packet of biscuits just because there are some people out there who have no will power or self control


Who said anything about penalizing anyone? Go and have your 0.18p biscuits and then spend hours in the gym burning it off.... I'm not stopping you. If few years time don't complain that NHS collapsed.
padamowicz9330/05/2019 08:59

Who said anything about penalizing anyone? Go and have your 0.18p biscuits …Who said anything about penalizing anyone? Go and have your 0.18p biscuits and then spend hours in the gym burning it off.... I'm not stopping you. If few years time don't complain that NHS collapsed.


Well you're clearly upset that they're being sold for £0.18 so I'm assuming you think the price should be raised which would penalise people of a healthy weight for the actions of those with an unhealthy weight.
Sympha30/05/2019 09:03

Well you're clearly upset that they're being sold for £0.18 so I'm …Well you're clearly upset that they're being sold for £0.18 so I'm assuming you think the price should be raised which would penalise people of a healthy weight for the actions of those with an unhealthy weight.


I'm upset with people being unaware of damage that sugar does to your body, that's all.
Lighten up it's a deal website and this is a deal. Yes it's biscuits but so what. Plenty of things we eat, drink, breathe in, damage us. Chill 🍻 everything in moderation.
padamowicz9330/05/2019 09:04

I'm upset with people being unaware of damage that sugar does to your …I'm upset with people being unaware of damage that sugar does to your body, that's all.


Why do you assume people don’t already know? Like i said everyone doesn’t need a condescending lecture on every deal that contains something that can be unhealthy if consumed in excess. Are you going to go to every alcohol deal and post about how everyone is going to get liver cirrhosis?
At 25p, they weren't exactly dear in the 1st place.At 18p they are a steal.
padamowicz9330/05/2019 09:04

I'm upset with people being unaware of damage that sugar does to your …I'm upset with people being unaware of damage that sugar does to your body, that's all.


That's enough you two, it's very boring.
Anyway I prefer a Bourbon!
watch out these bastards will drink your brew, dipped like 5 and was down to dregs
they reduced pack size from 400g to 200g and have put price up so not a bargain. i have tasted better....
padamowicz9330/05/2019 08:15

Nice, you can join millions of people suffering diabetes for only 0.18p ! …Nice, you can join millions of people suffering diabetes for only 0.18p ! HOT from me, at the end of the day whats the worst case scenario with diabetes? Amputation of your leg or eyesight loss. Nothing compared to instant gratification and dopamine rush you get from these bad boys. At the end of the day we all gonna die.


You dont get diabetes from eating biscuits.
Diabetes is an autoimmune disease please do research before you make assumptions.
eram30/05/2019 21:48

You dont get diabetes from eating biscuits.Diabetes is an autoimmune …You dont get diabetes from eating biscuits.Diabetes is an autoimmune disease please do research before you make assumptions.


And what research have you done?
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padamowicz9330/05/2019 21:53

And what research have you done?[Image]


You need to do a little more, you should really specify type 2 diabetes since type 1 diabetes has practically nothing to do with diet.

And preferably avoid books, or take them with a pinch of salt, written by those in the LCHF diet industry. I’ve just checked the list of authors and it isn’t pretty, it’s practically all the big stars in the LCHF world. For instance, Dr Fung is a nephrologist, but seems to have turned into an expert in diabetes and obesity. Zoe Harcombe previously wrote a book about and sold (still sells?) a diet plan revolving a around Candida overgrowth which is literally pseudoscience.

A custard cream will not kill you or cause instant diabetes. Excessive consumption might but pretty much excessive consumption of anything is probably bad.

For the record I think carbohydrate restriction can be a viable therapeutic intervention in certain situations. I don’t think sugar/carbs are killing us/making us fat/the cause of all the worlds ills and diabetes/promoted as part of a corporate conspiracy/need to be avoided at all costs.
padamowicz9330/05/2019 21:53

And what research have you done?[Image]


I have a diabetic child type 1 who didn't eat sweets or have a high intake of sugar. I can assure you she didn't have them custard creams. Comments like yours make the children believe they are at fault when in reality its nothing they could have done.
Carbohydrates affect sugar levels.
padamowicz9330/05/2019 08:40

Ignorance is blissGet out of your cave and watch some people around you, …Ignorance is blissGet out of your cave and watch some people around you, watch how the entire society is messed up. If cocaine was available at 0.18p you would be surrounded by millions of crack addicts. Instead we have obesity and diabetes.


Mate you’re probably surrounded by loads of functioning addicts. Obesity is clearly visible. Me, I’m looking forward to eating those CCs. As a true expert, I’ll prise the biscuits apart ensuring nothing gets broken, scrape the cream with my trained incisors, then eat each biscuit sleeve separately and repeat 3 times. Maybe twice later on if I hear them calling me. Everything in moderation - gosh and heat.
padamowicz9330/05/2019 09:04

I'm upset with people being unaware of damage that sugar does to your …I'm upset with people being unaware of damage that sugar does to your body, that's all.


So what do you eat instead of sugar. Majority of readymade foods in this country have sugar in them. Even things that definitely aren't supposed too have any in it.
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