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DUKE’S mayonnaise? Yes, I can’t say enough about this wonderful product and let me explain why.

Over a year ago I was diagnosed with SIBO (Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth) and it completely changed the way that I had been eating for over 80 years. Perhaps the biggest challenge was the elimination of sugar. I had no idea how much sugar I consumed in a day and cutting it out of my diet seemed like an impossible challenge.

White flour and milk products were also “no-no”s so that eliminated all cream based recipes. I was frustrated to say the least so when I finally met with a nutritionist and she mentioned that Duke’s mayonnaise was OK because it is sugarless I almost hugged her.  It has made it possible to simulate so many of the old recipes that I’ve relished since my youth.

Chicken salad with nuts and dried cranberries is delicious when mixed with Dukes and served on a bed of lettuce. Salmon brushed with the mayo and fresh lemon juice before broiling takes on a tantalizing flavor and, of course, a combination of Dukes and either beef or chicken broth simulates a cream base that works for hundreds of main dishes.

No matter what age we are it is a good thing to cut back on sugar but it is critical in our senior years when a sedentary life style is so often the case. Now when I invite my elderly friends to share a meal they are amazed at how good it tastes and I give Duke’s the credit.

I hope you will try Duke’s mayonnaise too and perhaps you will share your favorite recipe with us.

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