erythritol


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erythritol

[ə′rith·rə‚tȯl]
(organic chemistry)
H(CHOH)4H A tetrahydric alcohol; occurs as tetragonal prisms, melting at 121°C, soluble in water; used in medicine as a vasodilator. Also known as erythrite; erythrol.
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chocolate torte INGREDIENTS (Serves 8, 378kcals per serving) 275g at least 85% dark chocolate 5 eggs, separated 150g erythritol blend or xylitol (or stevia to taste) 140g almond flour or ground almonds METHOD 1.
Erythritol can be effectively combined with a high intensity sweetener such as stevia to obtain the desired sweetness level making table top sweeteners a popular application.
The Truvia preference was compared with the preference for erythritol (Honeyville Grain) solutions, because some rodents display a preference for erythritol over water.
which accounted for 64% of global soft drinks launches featuring monk fruit, over half of launches featuring erythritol and over 40% featuring agave in the 12 months to the end of March 2016.
For example, Truvia is stevia blended with erythritol, PureVia contains stevia and dextrose, and Stevia in the Raw contains dextrose and maltodextrin.
They will be made with a blend of sugar and other sweeteners, including Truvia and erythritol.
The result is a spray-on moisturizing agent that combines homarine, a compound used by certain mollusks (shellfish) that protects skin cells' from electrochemical imbalance, and erythritol, a nutrient that improves skin cells ability to hold water.
Ingredients and prototypes include Truvia rebiana, Zerose erythritol and Barliv barley betafiber.
The company has started the production of the natural sugar alcohol sweetener erythritol at its largest factory in Tianjin, China, O'Laughlin (Tianjin) Industries Co.
POLYOLS (Sorbitol, xylitol, mannitol, maltitol, lactitol, isomalt, erythritol, hydrogenated starch hydrolysates.
Cargill Pharma will show its broad and sophisticated portfolio of ingredients and expertise with a special focus on the tabletting capability of its range of natural sweet excipients, including glucose monohydrate and erythritol.