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Powdered Maltitol - Sugar Free Confectioners Sugar Replacement

2.7 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews
About the Product
  • Sugar Replacement - 90% As Sweet As Sugar
  • Measure For Measure The Same As Confectioners Sugar For Baking Or Candy Making
  • Maltitol Is A Natural Ingredient And Contains No Additives Or Artificial Ingredients.
  • Approximately Half The Calories Of Sugar
  • Perfect For Diabetics Or Low Carb Dieters

Product Description

Maltitol is an all natural Sugar Free Sweetener that makes a perfect replacement for Sugar for Diabetics or Low Carb Dieters. The body absorbs Maltitol more slowly than sugar and as a result does not cause fluctuations in blood glucose levels like Sugar does. Maltitol contains zero net carbohydrates which makes it a good substitute for baking a low carb diet. It is 90% as sweet as sugar which is not a noticeable difference to taste and unlike other Sugar substitutes Maltitol does not leave an aftertaste in the mouth. It can be used to bake cakes, candy, cookies and more without the need to modify your recipes. We have been using Maltitol in our sugar free chocolates at A Bountiful Harvest for over 2 years now and the response has been very positive, in fact most customers refuse to believe our chocolates and cakes are sugar free. Many of our customers who are following Atkins or South Beach diets have reported great success with weight loss by replacing their sugar with Maltitol. 1 lb

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • ASIN: B0001EN9HG
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #564,261 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)

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It amazes me that maltitol continues to be marketed for diabetics despite the fact that it raises blood sugar almost the same way sugar does.
That information is not hard to find; it's no secret. And yet product after product using maltitol claims that it is sugar-free(technically true) and "diabetic-friendly" (absolute rubbish).
Be warned, people. Maltitol isn't your friend, and you may as well be eating table sugar for all the good it will do your blood sugar levels.
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Buyer Beware Please! This sweetener is not for everybody. Maltitol is an alcohol sugar and can be undigestible in the body. You will know a short time after consuming it if you are one of the unsuspecting many who cannot digest it by the extreme intestinal bloating and cramping and massive amounts of gas a person can experience. Nausea, diarrhea & headaches can also be experienced. I learned my lesson the hard way years ago when I fell in love with the sugar-free chocolates suzanne sommers used to sell. I thought I'd found sugar-free chocolate nirvana at first taste but the bliss was short lived when the terrible side effects of maltitol kicked in. The discomfort was unlike anything I had ever felt before. I blew up like a balloon and had very painful abdominal cramping. As the symptoms passed, this too was very unpleasant. Though hard for me to believe a low calorie sweetener could be the culprit, all symptoms were gone when I stopped eating the chocolate. My hunch it had something to do with the maltitol were unfortunately confirmed for me about a year later when I purchased some delicious sugar-free popcorn at my local market. The taste was amazing and while I was looking at the label wondering what could possibly make this yummy, new sugarfree treat taste so good, my heart sank when I followed the little asterisk next to sugarfree sweetener* down to the very bottom of the label and read "maltitol" in tiny little letters! Thank goodness I'd eaten only a little. I still ended up with all the same side-effects but for a much shorter duration. Some people can use maltitol to their heart's content but others, like me, can have a bad reaction to it. In case you're like me, ... it's not you ...it's the maltitol!
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Excellent for making icing for a cake. Tastes just like it would with real confectionery sugar.
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It was great to have this for low carb Christmas baking. I use it like sugar in some recipes and it works very well.
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Very good choice for diabetic cooking.
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