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Why Low-sugar Candy is Better than Full Sugar Candy

Why low-sugar candy is better than full sugar candy:

Pros of Sugar-Free Candy Satisfying cravings:

Sugar-free candies can satisfy your sweet tooth with less of an impact on your blood sugar than their full-sugar counterparts. Less blood sugar impact: If you have diabetes, sugar-free candies are a better choice for keeping blood sugar stable. Better for your teeth: Sugar-free candies and gums pose less of a risk to your teeth than their sugary counterparts.

Is sugar-free candy OK for diabetics?

Sugar substitutes don't affect your blood sugar level. In fact, most artificial sweeteners are considered "free foods." Free foods contain less than 20 calories and 5 grams or less of carbohydrates, and they don't count as calories or carbohydrates on a diabetes exchange.

How to count carbs from sugar alcohols?

Sugar alcohols are digested differently than regular sugar and have less of an impact on your blood sugar levels. When counting your carbs, subtract half the grams of sugar alcohol from the total carbohydrates on the label. For example, if total carbs are 25 and sugar alcohols are 20, you'd count the food as 15 carbs per serving.

Do sugars fit into a healthful eating pattern?

All five food groups—dairy, fruits, grains, protein-rich foods like meats and legumes, and vegetables—are part of a healthy eating pattern. While many Americans don't receive enough of certain essential minerals like calcium, dietary fibre, and potassium, several items in these categories—including fruits, vegetables, and cow's milk—naturally include sugar. Other goods that are part of a healthy diet plan may also include added sugars; examples include breads, nondairy milk alternatives, and fruit that has been canned in syrup.

Do sugars cause weight gain?

No single calorie source alone can make you acquire weight. Nutrition scientists generally hold the belief that weight gain happens when we routinely consume more calories than we burn. Sugars and any other calorie-containing food, drink, or nutrient may contain too many calories.

Herbaland’s low sugar snacks

Herbaland’s low-sugar snacks are a great alternative to the traditional candy found on shelves that also provide added nutritional benefits!

Since our snack gummy does not contain other vitamins, we recommend trying the other products in the line, including our multivitamins and wellness products.

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