What the Hell Is

Berman, Samantha; Brierly, Dean; Hyson, Sean; Kallen, Ben; Lee, Bobby; Mazzucchi, Steve; Romando, Tony; Stiefel, Steve; Thorpe, Mark; Weede, Tom
November 2003
Men's Fitness;Nov2003, Vol. 19 Issue 11, p22
Provides information on erythritol, a low-calorie sugar alcohol. Functions; Food sources of erythritol; Health benefits.


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