IAFNS Research Gaps Dialogue On Erythritol


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Invitation-only dialogue aiming to identify knowledge gaps and prioritize research, to resolve questions about a potential relationship between dietary erythritol and human health. CONTINUE READING ON: iafns.org

Background info - Erythritol is a type of sugar alcohol, also known as a polyol, that is used as a sugar substitute. It has a similar taste and texture to sugar, but with fewer calories and a lower glycemic index, making it a popular alternative for people who are watching their sugar intake. Erythritol is used as a sweetener in a variety of foods and beverages, including sugar-free gum, baked goods, and dairy products. It is also available as a standalone sweetener for use in cooking and baking.

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