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sug·ar-free

(shug'ăr-frē')
A product so labeled contains, by F.D.A. order, no more than 0.5 g of sugar per serving.
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Never give your pet baked goods and be extra careful to keep sugar-free baked goods out of your dog's reach.
Creating a diabetes-friendly section (I am told that terminology is preferred over a sugar-free department), will allow these shoppers to find the products they need in a fast, orderly fashion.
People tend to read only the front of the labels which talk about the product being a diet or sugar-free option.
However, studies also show that chewing sugar-free gum after meals and snacks can reduce the risk of dental decay by about 40 per cent, especially about 20 minutes after eating, when plaque acid attacks usually happen.
The first patient, a 21-year-old woman, chewed large amounts of sugar-free gum, accounting for a total daily dose of 18-20g sorbitol - one stick of chewing gum contains about 1.
Already in commercial operation, these depositors can be configured to produce clearly defined layers of Xylitol and sugar-free candy.
In contrast, you save about a quarter of the calories by switching from regular to Pillsbury Sugar-Free Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough.
Arkansas is the fifth-leading state in the nation for diabetes and second for obesity, and there are few restaurants and bakeries that offer sugar-free desserts," Strickland said.
While Topps and Just Born are still studying this market, Hershey--with three-quarters of its business in chocolate--has introduced for the first time in its history some of its most popular chocolate brands as sugar-free products.
The market for sugar-free tea drinks is almost saturated as beverage makers have competed fiercely by introducing new products, the research firm said.
is a revelation not only for the fact that it's 100% sugar-free, but because it accomplishes this without sacrificing taste.
SUGAR-free drinks do not reduce energy intake and increase appetite, a new study has revealed.