Share Follow us Most people on low-carb find that once they get used to the diet, the cravings for sugar go away. Many even claim not to use any sweeteners at all. However, you may find it hard to give up sweets, especially at the beginning. I’ve been researching for natural low-carb sweeteners as well as other healthy alternatives to sugar. As always, there are many sweeteners you should avoid. I personally avoid using sweeteners regularly and only use them for occasional treats. In fact, most of my recipes in the KetoDiet App and my cookbooks don’t include any sweeteners at all. If your goal is weight loss, sweeteners may impair your progress, as even so-called “zero-carb” sweeteners may cause cravings. If your weight is stalling, avoiding sweeteners may help you break the weight loss plateau.
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If you are following or considering a medical ketogenic diet or modified Atkins diet MAD for the management of intractable epilepsy, you may have heard talk about sugar alcohols and whether they are compatible with the diet. Sugar alcohols are naturally occurring in fruits and vegetables and often added to foods as a reduced-calorie alternative to sugar. Some common sugar alcohols you may see in food ingredient lists include. Interestingly, most sugar alcohols are incompletely absorbed in the small intestine, so they do not raise blood sugar the same way as sucrose table sugar. However, since they are partially absorbed, they may affect blood glucose levels to some degree. This can be observed by looking at the glycemic indexes of sugar alcohols compared to sugar. Glycemic index is a measure of the increase in blood glucose when a food is digested and absorbed.