Comparative gastrointestinal tolerance of sucrose, lactitol, or D-tagatose in chocolate.

@article{Lee1999ComparativeGT,
  title={Comparative gastrointestinal tolerance of sucrose, lactitol, or D-tagatose in chocolate.},
  author={Adam N Lee and David M Storey},
  journal={Regulatory toxicology and pharmacology : RTP},
  year={1999},
  volume={29 2 Pt 2},
  pages={S78-82}
}
D-tagatose is a potential new sugar substitute. Ingested D-tagatose is incompletely absorbed from the small intestine; unabsorbed D-tagatose reaches the colon where it is completely fermented. In a double-blind, controlled crossover study, the gastrointestinal effects were compared following acute consumption of 40 g plain chocolates containing 20 g of… CONTINUE READING