Symingtons Oatburst instant porridge snack original / golden syrup 64g- apple & blueberry 57g,  39p @ Poundstretcher
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Symingtons Oatburst instant porridge snack original / golden syrup 64g- apple & blueberry 57g, 39p @ Poundstretcher

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Found 9th May
2937779.jpg2937779.jpgoriginal or golden syrup are a 64g pot




apple and blueberry is 57g pot
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Great price but I've never tried this brand, anyone tried it?
Yes , as good as other similar products,always buy this make now
Be careful of the sugar content of possibly this and other breakfast cereals other than home made rough cut porridge. A study showed sugar to be more addictive to mice than cocaine. It's also not nutritious.

Glucose on the other hand is absolutely fine and I'm not sure why we're not using it in place of sugar.
Zoea5 h, 1 m ago

Be careful of the sugar content of possibly this and other breakfast …Be careful of the sugar content of possibly this and other breakfast cereals other than home made rough cut porridge. A study showed sugar to be more addictive to mice than cocaine. It's also not nutritious.Glucose on the other hand is absolutely fine and I'm not sure why we're not using it in place of sugar.


Because the sugar industry said no
Zoea5 h, 37 m ago

Glucose on the other hand is absolutely fine and I'm not sure why we're …Glucose on the other hand is absolutely fine and I'm not sure why we're not using it in place of sugar.


What, to smoke.

Glucose is a sugar, you must know that
Well it's a little complicated. Sure glucose will raise your 'blood sugar' but glucose is also the actual molecule all our cells use for energy. Sucrose, Fructose (which we process into roughly 50/50 sucrose and glucose) are not really good for us. Don't get me wrong, eat your antioxidant coloured fruit, the nutritional and prebiotic values of those (...) 'outweigh' the negative effect of the sucrose they cause in the body.

I'm not doing well at summarising what people likely study for years or decades here. My preference is for glucose over any other simple carb (I think that's correct..) but with a recent re-diagnosis of type 2 diabetes due to a medication I have been taking (and am somewhat forced to continue taking, at least notionally) I'm also avoiding glucose (maybe the odd packaged date...).

Nutrition is life science and incredibly important. Spend some time with a qualified nutritionist in an interactive setting and you'll be on the right path for your body and mind in no time.
Edited by: "Zoea" 11th May
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