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When sorbitol is absorbed from intestinal lumen, it is transported into liver and first transformed to fructose (Caudill and Stipanuk 2013). Often the amounts of sorbitol used for sweetening purposes are marginal compared to those of fructose, but same health concerns should be taken into consideration. Mannitol, another type of sugar alcohol is found small amounts in many edible plant species. , 2008). Erythritol is a small four-carbon sugar alcohol. Compared to other sugar alcohols, erythritol has milder laxative effects.
They are not absorbed as efficiently in the small intestine as sugars, so part of them is carried into colon, where they are used by microbes. , 2007). Sorbitol is a widely used six-carbon sugar alcohol often derived from glucose. When sorbitol is absorbed from intestinal lumen, it is transported into liver and first transformed to fructose (Caudill and Stipanuk 2013). Often the amounts of sorbitol used for sweetening purposes are marginal compared to those of fructose, but same health concerns should be taken into consideration.
Chapter 3 HAZARDS AND PREVENTION OF FOOD SPOILAGE Elias Hakalehto Department of Environmental Sciences, University of Eastern Finland, Kuopio, Finland ABSTRACT Food microbiology is an extremely wide research topic. It should not be restricted to partial solutions only. Norms and directions are important guidelines, but they should not impede development of technology or improvement of safety practices. Whenever human food is acquired or prepared from various raw materials, this includes aspects of hygienic safety.
Microbiological Clinical Hygiene by Eino Elias Hakalehto