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Sugar alcohols are naturally found sweeteners derived from plants like fruits and vegetables. This sugar substitute contains fewer calories than traditional sugar and is less likely to cause your blood glucose levels to spike.

As a result, sugar alcohols, like Sorbitol and Xylitol, have become more popular in many commercially available foods.

However, this is bad news for IBS and any other gut issue. Sugar alcohols are likely to aggravate all symptoms.

And more about artificial sweeteners and IBS.

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