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10 thoughts on “How To Make Terry Wahls’ Paleo Fudge

  1. I can’t have coconut oil so I asked the wise doctor about what I could use as a substitute and she said to make an appointment with a nutritionist. A lot of help that was!

  2. Thanks for sharing. I have been an avid stevia user for many years. I just found out after reading Dr Jason Fung's 'The Obesity Code' that stevia can raise INSULIN levels by 20% even if you blood sugar isn't raised. I know–unbelievable! That was a game changer for me, as insulin is the fat storage hormone. I have gone cold-turkey off of stevia–even in my sacred morning coffee! It might be worth learning more. I did not realize that insulin and blood sugar levels could be independent of each other. Best…

  3. I have the Wahl Protocol book…where's the cocoa powder to give it that chocolate flavor? I didn't see it go in…maybe I missed it with my one eye! Looks yummy! Thanks for sharing~

  4. Nancy, thank you for the great recipe! I can't wait to make it and try it out. I have some questions I'm hoping you can answer. I noticed the fudge is not baked and placed in the freezer; can it be put in the refrigerator or does it have to be frozen? What is the reasoning behind soaking the walnuts overnight? How much melted coconut oil is added? Lastly, would you say this makes a 6"x 6" size pan or would one have to double the recipe to meet that size pan? As a new subscriber, I'm so hoping you can make more videos on the paleo diet. thank you again!

  5. Kathy,
    You are exactly right about artificial sweeteners raising the blood sugar. They also contain toxins so cause additional problems including weight gain and a negative effect on gut health. I have not found stevia to raise my blood sugar and it is not toxic.
    Other things that can raise blood sugar are a hidden yeast or fungal infections. These causes the body stress through adding additional toxins and stealing minerals and vitamins. Also inflammation causes stress and can contribute to diseases.
    When under stress the body will raise the blood sugar.
    Hope that this helps,
    Nancy

  6. I still eat this fudge most every day.  Lately I've been looking to reduce my blood sugar even more so I tried an experiment: making the fudge with only a 1/4 cup of rasins and introducing 26 drops of dark liquid stevia.  I used stevia since it does not spike my blood sugar.  And the fudge still tastes great.  Not as sweet as with 3/4 cup raisins, but still tasty.  And my blood sugar is coming down a few points as well 🙂

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