Enzymatic Therapy™ DGL Ultra Sugar Free - German Chocolate

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Sugar Free
10:1 Deglycyrrhizinated Licorice
Extra Strength Digestive Relief*
Dietary Supplement
Extra Strength Relief*
  • 10:1 UltraSoothe ™ DGL Extract
  • Soothes stomach lining*
  • Sugar-free formula

Contains less than 1% glycyrrhizin to help avoid any potential effect on blood pressure.

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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Supplement Facts

Serving Size 1 chewable tablets
Servings Per Container 90
Amount Per Serving % DV
Total Carbohydrate 1.00 g0%
Sugar Alcohol 0.00
Sugars 0.00
UltraSoothe™: Deglycyrrhizinated Licorice (DGL) (Glycyrrhiza glabra) Root Extract 10:1 400.00 mg**
Glycine 50.00 mg **
** Daily Value (DV) not established

Product Directions / Additional Info

Chew 1 tablet 20 minutes before a meal. May take up to 3 tablets daily. If pregnant, nursing or taking any medications, consult a healthcare professional before use.

Other Ingredients: organic inulin, Mannitol, Sorbitol, coconut milk powder, natural flavors, Cocoa Bean Powder, silicon dioxide, modified rice starch, Gum Acacia

Gluten Free, No salt, yeast, wheat, soy, artificial colors or preservatives.

Warning:

If pregnant, nursing or taking any medications, consult a healthcare professional before use.

Keep out of reach of children. Safety sealed with printed outer shrinkwrap and printed inner seal. Do not use if either seal is broken or missing.

Contains milk and tree nuts (coconut).

Enzymatic Therapy, LLC (part of Nature's Way Brands, LLC) Green Bay, WI 54311

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Sugar-Free Ways to Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

Sugar-Free Ways to Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth
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Recipes that don't need any baking or rising adapt most easily to sugar substitutes

More and more people are side-stepping sugary treats to avoid unwanted calories, to take better care of their teeth and blood sugar, and to avoid burdening their immune system, among other reasons. So what to do when the urge for a sweet treat strikes? From a sugar substitute to a whole piece of fruit, consider these options. Keep in mind that the long-term effects of many manufactured sweeteners have not been well studied and some have known downsides, and evaluate the relative pros and cons against your personal health needs and goals.

Try something sweet in your cup

Looking for something sugary to stir into your coffee or tea or sprinkle onto your morning cereal?

  • Xylitol, a low-calorie sweetener, actually makes teeth healthier. It can be hard to find as a tabletop sweetener, but it's readily available as an ingredient in gums and candies, though.
  • Equal and Nutrasweet (aspartame) pack a sweet punch without adding any calories.
  • Sweet'N Low (saccharin) sweetens drinks; it's been around the longest of the sugar substitutes.
  • Splenda (sucralose) provides sweetness without saccharin's bitter aftertaste.
  • Stevia, an intensely sweet herb with no calories, is a tasty option that is available in powder packets or liquid drops. Kelley Hoffman, a stevia-user in the Pacific Northwest, notes, "It can take a little trial and error to figure out the perfect amount for how sweet you like your coffee or tea, but once you know how much works for you, stevia's a great sugar substitute."

Tricks for tasty un-sugary treats

Not every sugar substitute can handle the heat of the kitchen, in part because recipes that call for sugar rely not just on the sweet quality of sugar, but also to add volume, moisture, tenderness, and provide browning. Recipes that don't need any baking or rising adapt most easily to sugar substitutes.

  • Splenda is pretty easy to work with in the kitchen; it replaces sugar cup for cup. Keep an eye on your Splenda-sweetened dishes, though, since they cook a bit more quickly.
  • Sunett (Acesulfame K) can be used to cook and bake, although it is far more common as an ingredient in packaged foods, and can have a bitter aftertaste.
  • Sweet'N Low works fine in both hot and cold foods, but again has a bitter aftertaste in large amounts.
  • Most recipes can be adapted for stevia; however, since such a small amount of stevia sweetens a dish, it can help to add in a cup of unsweetened applesauce to take the place of the missing sugar.
  • Sorbitol, a low-calorie sugar alternative, can be used in some recipes (like jam), although it is not readily available for home use; it's more common as an ingredient in "diet" drinks, foods, and gums.
  • Lastly, when looking at your cooking options, skip substitutes like Equal and Nutrasweet; they can't be used for cooking because they lose their sweet flavor at high temperatures.

Go natural

Whether your sweetener of choice has known health risks or is still establishing its safety record, it's always wise to take advantage of the many natural options out there to avoid depending on any manufactured substitutes to satisfy your sweetness needs. All substitutes have potential deterrents, such as taste and (stevia aside) potential physical side effects. So weigh those against your reasons for skipping the sugar, and remember to reach for in-season fruit and other treats to get that sweet satisfaction.

Victoria Dolby Toews, MPH, indulges in her sweet tooth guilt-free with the help of stevia.

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