by Zsuzanna Anderson of Are They All Yours?? – Q & A Answers Part One
Editor’s note: Interesting that even using a substance that might shut down your reproductive system even temporarily is a sin. The question makes you wonder if the original questioner is backhandedly groping around for a ‘non-sinful’ way to shut down her fertility. Wonder if the Campbell daughters, or their mother Nancy Campbell, promoter of all Quiverfull, realize that they are pushing a natural birth control.
I have a question about the Trim Healthy Mama diet. I was wondering if you consider Stevia a form of birth control? I’d love to try the diet, but I’ve seen many women saying the sweetener messed up or stopped their cycle all together.I know you would never do use anything that would harm your fertility. I was thinking it might be that a woman would need very high doses, it’s a myth, or you do without the sweetener all together. Thanks so much!I had never heard of that until you mentioned it, and I am so thankful that you did. I did not feel good about using Stevia, so I used it rarely and sparingly. Even so, it made me have insane drops in my already low blood pressure, to the point where I would have tunnel vision, see black spots, and be on the verge of passing out. Clearly, some people are more affected by it than others. For me, even tiny amounts are too much to tolerate. Then I read with shock that stevia has been used by indigenous people as a form of birth control – YIKES!
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