Sugar Alcohols Slowly Metabolised Carbohydrates

By Virginia Wright

Sugar Alcohols such as Maltitol and Lacitol are sugar substitutes and are slowly metabolised carbohydrates that generally cause a smaller rise in our blood glucose levels.  Fructose “sweet sugar” found in many fruits and honey, has a low glycemic index as  it takes a long time to be broken down by the body, which results in slower release of sugar as well…

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