Erythritol Granulated Sweetener
Sample:5-10g Sample For free
Shelf Life: 2 years
Appearance :white crystalline powder
Test Method :UV
Used part :Leaf
Category Name: Food Additives
Erythritol granulated Product Description
Erythritol, white crystal, slightly sweet, relative sweetness 0.65, cool feeling, low calorific value, about one tenth of the calorific value of sucrose. Soluble in water (37%, 25°C). Due to its low solubility, it is easy to crystallize.
Erythritol granulated Specification
|White crystalline powder
Erythritol granulated Function
Can be used in chocolate, bakery products, table sugar, soft drinks, candy, etc.
Erythritol granulated Sample
- 5g for free
- Convenient DHL,FEDEX,UPS and EMS service
What are the dangers of erythritol?
Erythritol side effects typically include digestive problems and diarrhea. It may also cause bloating, cramps, and gas. Additionally, erythritol and other sugar alcohols frequently result in more water in the intestines, causing diarrhea.
Why you should avoid Erythritol granulated sweetener?
Consuming large amounts of erythritol may cause serious diarrhea and nausea/vomiting if you have a heightened sensitivity, which can result in dehydration. It does not take long for the body to become dehydrated if diarrhea is continuous, which is why some people with food poisoning end up in the hospital.
Is erythritol harmful to humans?
Is erythritol safe? Overall, erythritol appears to be very safe. Multiple studies on its toxicity and effects on metabolism have been performed in animals. Erythritol has been found safe for both human and animal consumption
Is erythritol better than stevia?
Which is better? Erythritol and stevia are two excellent alternatives to sugar. In fact, neither raise your blood sugar levels, and they may help decrease the number of calories you consume. Erythritol is associated with minimal side effects and can be a great sugar substitute for many different recipes.
What is granulated erythritol sweetener?
Erythritol is a 0 calorie & 0 carb sweetener and sugar replacement used to add sweetness to just about anything! It’s a part of the “sugar alcohol” family, which means it’s a naturally derived extract from fruits and plants and passes through your body, untouched, much like fiber.
Is granulated erythritol healthy?
In most cases, bacteria in your mouth break down regular sugars and starches and turn them into acid. This can wear down your enamel and cause cavities. But the FDA says erythritol is good for oral health because it slows the growth of one type of bacteria and decreases the acid that bacteria make.
Is erythritol same as stevia?
Erythritol is a sugar alcohol found naturally in many foods and produced from the simple sugars in corn. Meanwhile, stevia is a natural sweetener derived from the leaves of Stevia rebaudiana.
Is erythritol a natural or artificial sweetener?
Erythritol is an artificial sweetener commonly used in low-sugar and sugar-free foods. It is designed to replace sugar and calories to create “diet-friendly” results. Powdered erythritol sweeteners bake in a way almost identical to sugar and are made by combining and fermenting certain natural sugars.