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Sugar-free chocolate is not all sunshine-filled chocolate. The company’s Sugar-Free Chocolate Chocolate Pudding is a product that comes straight from a sugar beet and isn’t sugar-added. A sugary sweetener is added to turn it into a chocolate. It’s an additive which isn’t added to any other product, says Paul Cottrell, a candy expert with the Consumer Council of the U.S.
Dr. Lustig is concerned about the growing number of Americans who are choosing “sugar free” products as part of “sugar free” lifestyle changes. “I have many parents who have children who are just beginning to eat healthier, and these kids are growing up to eat much more fruits and vegetables than adults. And we know these children are losing weight and are gaining muscle mass,” he explains.
Sugar-free products are also a threat to public health, says Cottrell. “I’m in my fourth year working with the sugar-free industry, and one thing that comes up time and time again is that all sorts of sugar-free and sugary food can become dangerous when consumed by children,” he says. “The amount of calories produced from sweetened beverages is similar to that produced by the calories consumed바카라사이트 by those who consume soda and coffee — not counting sugar-sweetened sugary foods and drinks.”
Sugar-free products make more sugar in their products than the alternative — that is, sugary or not — and are very difficult to remove.
Sugar-free brands can cause health problems for children. According to American Heart Association, a leading nutrition organization in the