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  • Competence through own intolerances
  • Free shipping from 49,50 € in Germany
  • Free shipping to many EU countries from 85 €

Sugar, glucose, stevia, ... ?!

suitable and well-tolerated - BEFORE AND AFTER the period of abstinence

- Spelt syrup - with glucose and maltose content

- Cereal sugar - consists of dried glucose syrup and can be used very well for baking.

- Glucose (also called dextrose or dextrose) - is not good for baking on its own, as the dough collapses on itself

- Glucose syrup - pay attention to the composition - see also not tolerated

- Maltodextrin (dextrin)

- Maltose (also called malt sugar)

- Milk sugar (lactose) - if NOT lactose intolerant

- Rice syrup - from glucose and maltose

- Rice sweetener - from dried rice syrup

AFTER the abstinence phase - well tolerated sweeteners / sugar alcohols

- Erythritol (E 968) belongs chemically to the sugar alcohols.

- Steviol glycoside (stevia) E 960 from the leaves of the stevia plant

- Thaumatin E 957 from the berries of the West African katamfe plant

AFTER the grace period - well tolerated artificial sweeteners

- Acesulfame E 950

- Aspartame E 951

- Aspartame acesulfame salt E 962

- Cyclamate E 952

- Neohesperidin E 959

- Saccharin E 954

- Sucralose E 955

for some people tolerable AFTER the grace period

However, everyone has to find out for themselves where their own tolerable limit is.

- Glucose-fructose syrup

- Coconut blossom sugar - consists almost exclusively of sucrose, so it is almost like household sugar.

- Lactulose (consists of D-galactose and fructose)

- Oligosaccharides and polysaccharides e.g. oligofructose, inulin or fructans - all of which are also found in many cabbages and legumes, wheat, asparagus etc.

- Sucrose - should be included in the diet of people with fructose malabsorption so that the intestines do not forget how to process it.

- Xylitol or E 967, also known as birch sugar - CAUTION - xylitol is very toxic for pets even in very small quantities and can lead to coma and eath!

- Sugar couleur E150 - sugar or beet syrup is heated to 120 - 150 °C. It is used in dark drinks, sausages, sausage meat and other food. Can be found in dark drinks, sausages or bread (e.g. soft drinks, whisky, etc.).

NOT SUITABLE

- Agave syrup/agave syrup made from the juice of agaves. Has a very high proportion of fructose.

- Maple syrup has a very high proportion of sucrose.

- Thick juice made from apple and pear syrup. Have a high proportion of fructose

- Fructose, fructose syrup, fructose sugar, fructose-glucose syrup

- Honey (any honey)

- Invert sugar /invert syrup

- Isomalt or E 953, isomaltite is made from sucrose (sugar)

- Lactitol or E 966 is made from lactose, used especially for products that have to stay dry.

- Corn syrup

- Maltitol or E 965, maltiol or maltitol syrup

- Mannitol (E 421) is obtained from fructose by hydrogenation.

- Sorbitol or E 420 in the list of ingredients. Sorbitol is used as a sugar substitute for "sugar-free" and/or energy-reduced confectionery and as a carrier for flavours.

- PLEASE DO NOT INTERCHANGE SORBATE WITH SORBIT - Sorbate (also potassium sorbate E 202 or calcium sorbate E 203) is used as a preservative and is considered safe.

E - Numbers Directory

well tolerated AFTER the withdrawal period

- E 950 Acesulfame

- E 951 aspartame

- E 952 cyclamate

- E 954 Saccharin

- E 955 sucralose

- E 959 Neohesperidin

- E 962 Aspartame-acesulfame salt

individually compatible

- E 967 Xylitol

NOT compatible

- E 420 Sorbitol

- E 421 Mannitol

- E 953 Isomalt

- E 965 maltitol

- E 966 Lactitol

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