Torani Sugar Free Syrup, Peach, 33.8 Ounce (Pack of 3)
- Revisit your carefree days of frolicking in the sun with a glass of peach iced tea in your hand
- You get the best of what a perfectly ripe peach has to offer: a welcoming sweetness of its velvety taste
- Sugar free and sweetened with Splenda
- Works well in Italian sodas, cocktails, and iced teas
- Product of San Francisco, USA
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Flavor: Peach | Size: Pack of 3
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Top Customer Reviews
It's very hard to find anything sweet that is truly safe for diabetics because many products that call themselves sugar-free contain maltodextrin - like powdered sugar free jello, sugar free liquid coffee creamers, etc. Just last week I had to have some labs done and some days I noticed my BG (blood glucose) ratings were all over the place though I had not thought I'd eaten or drank anything that was on my list of foods to avoid. On the day I had the labs I'd only had fat free clear chicken broth and sugar free Jello that I made from a box mix. For some reason my BG was high. How?? When I'd only had jello and chicken broth for over 24 hours (I was a bit under the weather so that's why I was eating almost nothing).
Anyway, I had the lab test my BG on their lab equipment and from the same blood sample I used my meter. The meter said 183. The lab test was 186! I later found out it was from the maltodextrin in the jello. Even the powdered Splenda that measures like sugar has maltodextrin in it. If you are ingesting maltodextrin, then your pancreas is working to "clear" it from your body just as it would have to do with table sugar is what I've been told by my endocrinologist. My GP (general practitioner) doctor didn't mention that, nor did my diabetes educator. I'm not sure they even know.
Sorry for all the "extraneous" info but I just think it's important info to know if you are diabetic, pre-diabetic, have family history of diabetes or just don't want to burn out the beta cells in your pancreas then AVOID maltodextrin.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is delicious, and I still have some years later after moderately consistent usage.Published 12 months ago by Anjana12
Delish! I make low carb pancakes with cream cheese or (believe it or not) with pork rinds. I put some of this syrup in the mix and YUM!!!Published 14 months ago by Texas Sunshine
I foolishly purchased this item more than once before I noticed the amount in the bottle (about 25 oz) was not the same as described. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Idobridge
just ordered 3 more. great in my iced coffee. I'm a coconut freak!Published 15 months ago by christine