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Your Guide to Healthy Lifestyle

Your “Sweet” beverages option

If you would like to enjoy beverages that taste sweet but also wish to manage the weight, control the blood sugar levels or limit their exposure to food that promotes tooth decay, you may try them with sugar alternatives.

There are two types of sugar alternatives:

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Are both sugar alternatives suitable for everyone?

  • For some people, excessive sorbitol or mannitol consumption may produce abdominal gas or discomfort or may have laxative effect
  • They are safe but are not intended for foods for infants and young children. However, it is okay if taken occasionally if children eat adequate from variety of nutrient rich foods.
  • Aspartame is a combination of two amino acids: aspartic acid & phenylalanine People with genetic disorder called as phenylketonuria (PKU) cannot metabolize phenylalanine properly and this may cause tissue damage. Thus, people with PKU need to avoid any food or beverages contain aspartame. There is always a warning sign “Phenylketonurics : Contains Phenylalanine” on the label of food/beverages with aspartame.

 

 

Tropicana Slim low calorie sweetener is a good choice of sugar alternatives.

It is mainly extracted from sorbitol. It is easily dissolved, no sugar, no saccharin or preservatives added.  Tropicana Slim Sweetener gives you the taste of sugar with very low calorie. One sachet of Tropicana Slim Sweetener is sufficient for one cup of hot or cold drink. It Is equivalent to the sweetness of 2 spoons of sugar. It make sweet sense. This low calorie sweetener suitable for those who just want to maintain their diet or weight. It is also a good way to prevent diabetics!!

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2 comments on “Your “Sweet” beverages option

  1. marcel paul fernandez
    April 17, 2013

    Where can I purchase you products?

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