Ketosis and Sugar Alcohol Sweeteners

Ketosis and Sugar Alcohol Sweeteners

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hey guys dr. Berg here I had another question regarding ketosis and sugar alcohols sweeteners okay now this is a list of mostly sugar alcohols alternative sugar type sweeteners now there are some other sweeteners that are not sugar alcohols but so let’s just kind of go through them at the top of the list this is the highest glycemic index that’s bad as we go down it’s good okay so we don’t want it very high because glycemic index basically is a scale of how fast things turn into sugar and raise blood sugar malta dextran is the highest and this is why a lot of the electrolyte powders have multiple dextran a lot of vitamins have it you want to stay away from that stuff it has 110 glucose that’s 100 sucrose that’s table sugar okay so that’s 65 high fructose corn syrup 58 but even though you might say this is lower this can create insulin resistance very fast because it messes with your liver honey is 50 if you were going to do honey I would recommend the two below honey versus other types of honey then we have multi tall which is 35 Zana tall which is 12 this is the one that I use simply because it it doesn’t have an aftertaste I get the non-gmo yes it’s definitely not zero it’s very minor but if you have in small quantities I have not found to be an issue but you may want to avoid it sorbitol which is 9 mannitol 2 of the wreaths root all is one this is a really good one the problem with wreaths were 12 with some people is it gives them bloating and gas so you might want to try and see if it’s okay with you but make sure that you don’t consume very much monk fruit is zero this is a really good one then we have studio also I didn’t put a list of that zero as well so that just kind of gives you a relative system of values of really bad and really good thanks for watching hey you probably already subscribed but if you haven’t press this little button down below and I will keep you updated

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Dr. Berg talks about the relationship between ketosis and sugar alcohols.
1. Maltodextrin 110
2. Glucose 100
3. Sucrose 65
4. HFCS 58
5. Honey 50
6. Maltitol 35
7. Xylitol 12
8. Sorbitol 9
9. Mannitol 2
10. Erythritol 1
11. Monk fruit 0
12. Stevia 0
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