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Cooking with Erythritol

If you would like to eat a lot more healthier and try to eliminate some of the sugar that is in your diet, you will be able to benefit from cooking with Erythritol. If you do not know what Erythritol is, it is simply a sugar alcohol that is 50 to 70 percent just as […]


Erythritol is a sugar alcohol that has been approved for use in the United States and throughout the world. Erythritol is more natural than the myriad of artificial sweeteners that are currently on the market and has little to no effect on blood sugar; which means great things for diabetics. The sugar alcohol is absorbed […]

Erythritol: A Diabetic Friendly Sweetener

Erythritol is an artificial sweetener that has been around for many years. In fact, it was first discovered in the middle of the 19th century. Due to the increase in diabetes throughout the United States there has been an increased interest in using it to replace table sugar. There are many benefits to using Erythritol […]

Erythritol: the Coming Alternative to Simple Sugars

The following is a slightly revised version Dr. Grandma’s July 10, 2010 post on Erythritol. Despite the name change to “corn sugar” and the money spent on advertising, the soft drink industry is rejecting High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS). More slowly, HFCS may be replaced in the myriad of other foods it is added to. […]

Reply to “The Dirty Little Secret of Sugar-Free Products”

On Monday, March 1, 2010 Elaine Magee RD, MPH wrote about, “The Dirty Little Secret of Sugar-Free Products” – an article focused on sugar alcohols. You can read the article at this url: I wanted to make a comment, but there was no place to make a comment; so I’m writing my open letter […]

What is Erythritol

What Is Erythritol?

Erythritol, a type of natural sugar substitute which is about 70% as sweet as sucrose (common table sugar) is an odorless powder with a clean sweet taste that is similar to sucrose…