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.
Just because something is man-made does not make it dangerous, nor does natural make it safe. Synthetic sweeteners, often referred to as artificial sweeteners, are created in laboratories from chemicals and other substances like sugar, in the case of sucralose. Maybe this was already addressed, but I didn’t see it. The difference between Erythritol and Swerve is that FOS found in Swerve add more calories not carbs but it’s still not significant. I’ve heard good and not-so-good about it, one says it is digestable and it’s not low-carb compatible for a ketogenic diet. So especially for people who struggle with blood sugar and insulin resistance, this is a pretty significant open question. Additionally, processed honey often contains added sugar. A keto-friendly sweetener sounds a bit like an oxymoron: Sweeteners are typically sugars, sugars are carbohydrates, and the ketogenic diet is very, very low in carbs. Sugar alcohols are a category of sweet carbohydrates that are partially resistant digestion.
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