The Secret of Erythritol!
The Secret of Erythritol!
Although it sounds new, erythritol has been used for many years. It's a type of carbohydrate called sugar alcohol that people use as a sugar substitute. Erythritol is found naturally in some foods. It is also produced when wine, beer, and cheese are fermented. In addition to its natural form, erythritol has also been found as an artificial sweetener since the 1990s. But since it may be new to many of our readers, we at Haya Labs decided to let you in on the secret of erythritol.

Is Erythritol safe?

In general, erythritol is completely safe. Numerous studies have been done, over the years, on its effectiveness on metabolism and general health, and despite prolonged feeding of large amounts of erythritol, no serious side effects have been found. There is one major caveat with most sugar alcohols - they can cause digestive problems. Because of their unique chemical structure, the body cannot digest them and they pass unchanged through most of your digestive system or until they reach the colon. In the large intestine, they are fermented by bacteria, which produce gas as a byproduct. Therefore, consuming large amounts of erythritol can cause bloating and indigestion. So always keep one thing in mind when consuming erythritol in case you have chronic digestive problems.

It has a positive effect on the health of the oral cavity

A common side effect of excessive sugar intake is poor dental health, cavities, and tooth decay. Harmful bacteria in the mouth use sugar for a "temple", thus releasing acids that eat away at tooth enamel. Sugar alcohols such as xylitol and erythritol, unlike sugar, are "tooth-friendly" products because the bacteria in the mouth cannot use them for food. Erythritol inhibits bacterial growth and helps reduce plaque. In this way, it significantly reduces the development of caries and promotes better oral hygiene.

Does not raise blood sugar levels

The human body does not have the enzymes needed to break down erythritol. It is absorbed into the blood and then excreted unchanged in the urine. It does not negatively affect blood sugar or insulin levels. It also does not affect cholesterol, triglycerides, or other biomarkers. For those who are overweight or have diabetes or other problems related to metabolic syndrome, erythritol seems to be an excellent alternative to sugar. Erythritol does not raise blood sugar levels. This makes it an excellent sugar substitute for people with diabetes.

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