Can I have sugar-free cream during the intermittent fasting?

Can I have sugar-free cream during the intermittent fasting?

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  1. Can I have sugar-free cream during the intermittent fasting?
    Sure you can. Read the labels because all dairy products have some amount of carbs which is not totally negligible. Carbs have a nasty tendency to sneak in many foods and those numbers add.

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  2. No. It will 100% break the fast. Any ingestion of calories will (not only calories from sugar) will break the fast.
    Just keep it simple. Water and that’s it.

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  3. You cannot consume sugar-free cream.Since fasting results in low blood insulin levelsConsuming less cream causes the creation of insulin……To continue reading, go to the first comment..
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  4. No you can’t eat sugar free cream
    As fasting means there is no insulin in the blood
    Bye eating cream (fat) lead to a insulin production
    And according to some studies sugar free compound also can stimulate insulin production so in fasting u can eat any calories free drink like balck green tea or black coffee

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  5. No. It will 100% break the fast. Any ingestion of calories will (not only calories from sugar) will break the fast.
    Just keep it simple. Water and that’s it.

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  6. sugar free cream? Isn’t that just called cream? If you’re doing a water fast then no. If you’re doing a fat fast then adding some full fat, heavy/whipping cream to your coffee is fine

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  7. Yes, but just a dollop. Real cream is basically sugar-free, as opposed to milk which has quite a bit of natural sugar, and unlikely to trigger an insulin response. I have 2 mugs of coffee each morning with a dollop of cream and even some coconut sugar, but I’m happy with very slow weight loss (almost 25 pounds over 18 months and I’m 58 years old).

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