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  • adj. Of food, drink, medication, chewing gum, etc, not containing sugar (and usually sweetened with a sugar substitute instead).


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  • Neither of them, then or later, said a word about sugar-free sweets, though next day when he had left for the gallery, Ella searched the house and satisfied herself that no more had been bought to replace those she had burnt in the garden.


  • At the bottom of the box, her famous sugar-free honey-oat cookies, a carton of wheat germ, Sun Life Colon Health Fiber Biscuits, and Sun Life Colon Health Fiber supplements with a detailed pamphlet about caring for my digestive tract.

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  • For the lemon loaf (made especially with Josh in mind!), I omitted the cinnamon, used sugar-free lemon pudding, added 1 teaspoon of lemon extract, and 1 cup of frozen wild blueberries, thawed and drained.

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  • For the chocolate one, I omitted the cinnamon, replaced the vanilla pudding with sugar-free chocolate fudge pudding, added 3 oz. of chopped bittersweet chocolate, and 1/2 cup chopped pecans.

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  • It's a good idea to take a few sips of water after drinking or eating acids, scientists add, and sugar-free gum can help by stimulating saliva production.

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  • In addition to offering her own recipes for sugar-free cookies, cakes, pies and pastries, Ms. Martin has collected recipes from 15 prominent American chefs.


  • Barbara Erselius/Creative Color Photography A sugar-free candy store in the waiting room offers visitors healthy snacks for $2 to $5.

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  • Xylitol artificial sweetener in some sugar-free gums also helps prevent decay.

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  • Sports drinks and sodas, regardless of whether they're regular or sugar-free, are also high in stain-promoting acids.

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  • Approximately half the subjects in each group chewed either sugar-free or sugar-added gum for five minutes in time to a metronome set at 60 beats per minute.

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