How does sorbitol ingestion influence blood glycemia?

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Sorbitol is a natural sweetener that can be found in some fruits (apple, pear, plums, cherry, peach) or in the sorbs berry. It is sugar-alcohol or a polyol, industrially prepared from glucose hydrogenation; it can substitute  sugar and very slightly increases  blood glycaemia and insulinemia after ingestion.

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