Enzymes & Sugars

I’m writing an open response on how a sugar substitute that has no calories can be passed through a body and be completely undigested. I can’t figure out how the sugar substitue molecule could leave the body without having been digested. Could anyone help me!? Pleaseee

Answer #1

Thank you(:

Answer #2

Sucralose can pass through the body without having been digested because it’s a synthetic compound made through chemical processing of the sugar molecule. Aka chlorination.

  • That’s what some people say.

But theres a study lately that proves manufactures wrong and that it is digested. Well not so much digested as it is absorbed.

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