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Erythritol

sugar alcohol

Erythritol

Other Name(s):

E 968

Erythritol occurs naturally in tiny amounts in some fruits and fermented foods. However, the erythritol that’s available on store shelves is made using glucose from corn.

Is Erythritol Faithful to Nature?

Yes.

Erythritol is a natural ingredient made through natural processes from renewable raw materials. It can be used safely to remove excessive sugar from the diet as part of a healthy, balanced diet.

Benefits: Why is Erythritol Used?

Sweet As Sugar

Erythritol is 70% as sweet as sugar, but only 6% of the calories.

Gentle On Teeth

Erythritol doesn’t cause tooth decay.

Naturally Made

Erythritol is made using natural processes from renewable resources.

Safer Option For Some

Erythritol has no effect on glucose or insulin levels.

Erythritol can be found as a single ingredient sweetener in health food shelves but is also used in carb conscious snacks and foods like rusks, snack bars, biscuits, and more.

Erythritol is made by the natural fermentation action of many different yeast-like fungi - most commonly used is Moniliella pollinis.Erythritol is then separated from the culture medium by filtering out the yeast culture and then using ion exchange chromatography.

Like all sugar alcohols (xylitol, maltitol, sorbitol etc.), excessive consumption of erythritol may have a laxative effect.

Notice: The information provided here is not intended as medical advice and is for educational purposes only.

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