A digestive tolerance study of maltitol after occasional and regular consumption in healthy humans

@article{RuskoneFourmestraux2003ADT,
  title={A digestive tolerance study of maltitol after occasional and regular consumption in healthy humans},
  author={Agnès Ruskoné-Fourmestraux and A. Attar and Didier Chassard and B A Deborah Coffin and Francis R. J. Bornet and Yoram Bouhnik},
  journal={European Journal of Clinical Nutrition},
  year={2003},
  volume={57},
  pages={26-30}
}
Aim: We aimed to evaluate the gastro-intestinal tolerance to an indigestible bulking sweetener containing sugar alcohol using a double-blind random cross-over study.Method: In order to simulate their usual pattern of consumption, 12 healthy volunteers ingested maltitol or sucrose throughout the day, either occasionally (once a week for each sugar, first period) or regularly (every day for two 9 day periods, second period). In both patterns of consumption, daily sugar doses were increased until… Expand
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