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Do You Prefer Savory or Sweet Snacks?

The Big Question 2013/02/12 01:42:50
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  • relllle 2013/03/01 00:46:02
    Sweet
    relllle
    I like them more but I always eat more savory at a time.
  • Gothic Angel 2013/02/22 03:20:30
    Savory
    Gothic Angel
    Savory.Sweet hurts my teeth. philly  cheesesteak pretzel
  • Elle 2013/02/18 19:32:11
    Savory
    Elle
    really I like both
  • Maj. C. D. Hardy 2013/02/16 09:47:55
    Sweet
    Maj. C. D. Hardy
    Give me candy lots and lots of candy
  • ☆stillthe12c☆ 2013/02/16 07:15:11
    Sweet
    ☆stillthe12c☆
    I really like them both.
  • mohammad.r.bhuiyan.3 2013/02/14 17:59:13
    Sweet
    mohammad.r.bhuiyan.3
    sweet is by name is better and it's self is SWEET........
  • Buck 2013/02/14 03:16:33
    Savory
    Buck
    Savory, even though I don`t know what it is.
  • wildcat 2013/02/13 23:45:45
    Sweet
    wildcat
  • DizzyDezzi 2013/02/13 21:21:52
    Sweet
    DizzyDezzi
    Sweet, without a doubt.
  • Nan 2013/02/13 20:26:20
    Savory
    Nan
    Mainly salty snacks...gotta have my salt!
  • Elz 2013/02/13 19:37:03
    Sweet
    Elz
    and sweet and salty or just anything.
  • NYCbrit 2013/02/13 17:27:23
    Savory
    NYCbrit
    Both, just different types of snacks ;)
  • joe keeney 2013/02/13 15:44:28
    Sweet
    joe keeney
    +1
    Mostly Fruit .
  • MsDianna 2013/02/13 13:49:56
    Savory
    MsDianna
    I'm not into sweets!
  • ♰SɕαɾƖεt♰ 2013/02/13 13:27:25
    Sweet
    ♰SɕαɾƖεt♰
    depends
  • KATniss 2013/02/13 13:00:56
    Sweet
    KATniss
    actually depends on the mood :p
  • P. Sturm 2013/02/13 10:49:44
    Savory
    P. Sturm
    +1
    Definitely savory.
  • Fashionable60s 2013/02/13 07:15:47
    Savory
    Fashionable60s
    +1
    I like a little bit of both. The operative word is little since I prefer to eat whole meals, snacks just get in the way of my appetite for real food.
  • sky 2013/02/13 06:01:11
    Savory
    sky
    +1
    Savory
  • Peewee ~PWCM~JLA 2013/02/13 05:38:28
    Savory
    Peewee ~PWCM~JLA
    +2
    I crave salt more than sweet.
  • lady blue 2013/02/13 05:35:37
    Savory
    lady blue
    +2
    I prefer foods that are flavorful and spicy. I avoid sugar as much as possible.
    I am health conscious so I always choose foods that are low in calories and
    non- fattening.
  • Fashion... lady blue 2013/02/13 07:10:19
    Fashionable60s
    +1
    Lady Blue, all food is fattening if you have too much of it. Just have anything in moderation and exercise. Diet does not work. Sugar no matter where it's from, beets, cane, corn, honey, will be converted into fat in your liver. There is no such thing as fat free food as your liver convert all the food we eat into fat for energy.
  • lady blue Fashion... 2013/02/13 08:02:10 (edited)
    lady blue
    +1
    I totally disagree. There are foods that contain straight sugar like ice cream
    and cake that is way more caloric and fattening than other foods. Yogurt is way less sugary and fattening than ice cream, soda, and cakes. There is no such thing as fat free food ? You are wrong. There are many foods that are fat free. Read your labels the next time you shop. Foods low in saturated and trans fat are less fattening.
    Diet most certainly works for me and millions of other. There is way less fat in beets than there is in pastries or ice cream. Many foods such as fresh fruit may have natural sugar but they are not fattening. Portion size, what you eat and foods low in calories are key factors in successful dieting and keeping weight down.
  • Fashion... lady blue 2013/02/13 14:24:14 (edited)
    Fashionable60s
    +1
    Complex carb like beans (among others) is converted slowly into sugar then fat in your liver whereas simple carb is converted faster. Eventually all sugar regardless where it is from is converted to fat and stored for future energy use by your body. That is what I meant by saying that there is no such thing as fat-free food since everything you are eating will be converted into fat in your body and stays there if you do not exercise. It is when you have too much simple carb food and you do not use too much energy to burn like in aerobic exercise that you will be packing in the pounds. Dieting is controlling portions hence controlling calories. Fresh fruits are complex carbs, heavy in fibers and hence also lower in sugar so they are converted slower and you may be walking it off and burn the excess sugar. That is all I am saying. Check out the link below.
    http://science.howstuffworks....
  • lady blue Fashion... 2013/02/13 14:38:53 (edited)
    lady blue
    Thanks for the heads up. I can appreciate what you're saying too but there
    are foods that have a higher sugar content and provide no nutrition and are loaded witth refined sugar. There are foods that are lower in sugar, calories and fats that are way healthier. Exercise is good but portion size of healthy foods is the name of the game in dieting and optimal health. Thanks for the link. :)
  • lady blue Fashion... 2013/02/13 14:40:13
    lady blue
    I'm checking out the link now. That's a wealth of knowledge. Thank you. :)
  • Steelshrt 2013/02/13 03:39:29
    Savory
    Steelshrt
    +1
    Actually I like both equally.
  • Andrew 2013/02/13 01:31:51
    Savory
    Andrew
  • Raymond59 2013/02/12 21:43:07
    Sweet
    Raymond59
    +4
    I have a "Sweet Tooth!" :-)
  • Swan Azil 2013/02/12 21:38:26
  • AJ 2013/02/12 21:32:35
    Savory
    AJ
    +2
    I love em both, just savory is just so........ savory.
  • juicebox07 2013/02/12 20:58:13
    Savory
    juicebox07
  • Alacrity juicebox07 2013/02/12 21:12:40
    Alacrity
    +2
    I like the above (Yes) but sweets more ► sweets for good mental health
    icecream is one word chocolate syrup for icecream
  • Tudie BN juicebox07 2013/02/12 22:20:57
    Tudie BN
    Thanks juicebox !
  • Alacrity 2013/02/12 20:52:45
    Sweet
    Alacrity
    +3
    Gotta' have sugar to be well balanced and calm throughout life. It's a medical fact.
    People in mental institutions suffer from a sugar deficiency.
  • Kozmo Alacrity 2013/02/13 10:22:12
    Kozmo
    +1
    Can you provide any independent data on that?
    Many of their medications (Olanzapine e.g.) are well-known for packin' on the pounds.
  • Fashion... Kozmo 2013/02/13 13:59:04
  • Kozmo Fashion... 2013/02/13 18:56:30
    Kozmo
    Thanks, this'll be helpful for a friend (me too) that has problems with excess sugar intake & depression.

    Only been in a hospital psych ward a few times for a couple weeks each (so no expert on life in a asylum) they usually try to serve to decent food there. would you have SPECIFIC data on that, please? The info you provided is for general nutrition, not institutional living

    So I think your speculation on a sugar deficiency may be erroneous, instead, I see Type 2 all over the place, i.e. a problem with excess or metabolizing sugar. The slimmer patients tend to have addictions which compete with their diet but that's only a quick guess.

    Olanzapine is presently undergoing a Class-Action suit for being implicate in making patients obese (with consequent diabetes & liver trouble) but that could be the effect on one's cognition with managing oneself rather than direct physical effects.

    Is it the Chicken or the Egg?
  • Alacrity Kozmo 2013/02/18 23:46:15
    Alacrity
    excuse my flatulence
  • ♥N A♥ 2013/02/12 20:43:30
    Sweet
    ♥N A♥
    +2
    I am a sweet tooth.

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