- maltite + -ol (Wiktionary)
“They are sweetened with maltitol, which is natural to the body unlike Splenda/sucrolose but can be a laxative if you eat too much.”
“Sugar-free ice cream with Splenda and sugar-free chocolates with maltitol are also okay in small amounts.”
“Those sweeteners appear on labels with such names as erythritol, lactitol, maltitol, mannitol, sorbitol, and xylitol.”
“Sugar alcohols such as erythritol (Sweet Simplicity), maltitol (Nature Sweet), sorbitol, and xylitol have about half as many calories as sugar.”
“It's similar to other sugar alcohols like sorbitol, xylitol, mannitol, and maltitol.”
“Mr López also explained that the artificial sweetener, maltitol, has been used instead of sugar to keep the calories down.”
“Throw in a hint of citric acid and mix it with a few grams of 4-O-a-glucopyranosyl-D-sorbitol, a sugar substitute otherwise known as maltitol.”
“Maltisweet IC maltitol syrup belongs to a class of polyols, also known as sugar alcohols.”
“If you are eating maltitol or glycerin/glycerol and the modified starches, you are not eating a low carb diet.”
“Five Foods You Can Live Without: Rice, canned green beans, coconut, liver, anything made with maltitol”
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