Not Another Carb Scam!

Heller, Samantha
January 2004
Men's Fitness;Jan2004, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p46
Focuses on sugar alcohol, an alternative used by food manufacturers as a substitute for sugar in low-carbohydrate bars. Description of sugar alcohol; Difference between sugar alcohol and regular sugar; Forms of sugar alcohol.


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