What is maltitol sweetener?

Answer Maltitol is an artificial sweetener that is low in calories and often used by diabetics and dieters to replace sugar. Its sweetness is similar to sugar, and its texture is creamy.ProcessTechnically... Read More »

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Can you substitute erythritol for maltitol?

Both erythritol and maltitol are commonly used sugar alcohols. Sugar alcohols often substitute sugar in sugar-free food products. One difference between the two is that maltitol is 90 percent as sw... Read More »

Side Effects of Sugar-Free Maltitol?

Maltitol is a polyol, also known as a sugar alcohol, which is created from the sugar, maltose. This sugar substitute came into popularity along with multiple other sugar alcohols as dieters began t... Read More »

What sweetener does Dr. Oz say to use?

Dr. Oz, from the hit TV show, "The Dr. Oz Show," has a sugar-free challenge on his website. He considers sugar an addiction and one of the nation's top health challenges. The sweeteners he lists on... Read More »

What is stevia sweetener?

Stevia is a native South American herb prized for its intense natural sweetness. Stevia leaves are estimated to be 10 to 15 times sweeter than sugar, and their extract may be up to 300 times sweete... Read More »