Erythritol is a sugar alcohol that is used as a wonderful sugar substitute. It is found naturally in small proportion in grapes, pears, melons, and mushrooms, along with fermented foods like wine and soy sauce. It is considered to be a low calorie sweetener. Its is produced naturally in fermented fruits and can be made from cornstarch.
Check for the manufacturing date and expiry date on the label to make sure it has not expired.
Overconsumption of erythritol can cause obesity, gas and nausea.(2)
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