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    Sugar free Jello and SugarFree Pudding, okay?

    It seems harmless, no sugar no fat, just a wee little sodium.

    But I was watching the tub of Jello jiggle, and I thought to myself "gee, i would sure hate it if parts of my body started to jiggle like that"

    whats the verdict? It taste good, so it must be horrible fo us?

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    Yes it's fine

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    Yeah their fine and I eat them both regularly.

    But sugar free pudding has over 2 grams of sodium per box once you add milk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SlimmerMe
    What's your favorite flavor?
    Pistachio and the other is cheesecake

    Guess butterscotch makes the cut as well
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigMan65 View Post
    It seems harmless, no sugar no fat, just a wee little sodium.

    But I was watching the tub of Jello jiggle, and I thought to myself "gee, i would sure hate it if parts of my body started to jiggle like that"

    whats the verdict? It taste good, so it must be horrible fo us?
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