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Is Whey Low a good sugar substitute for people with diabetes?

Whey Low contains fewer calories than sugar (5 calories per  teaspoon, verses about 15 calories per teaspoon of sugar) and has a lower carb count (1 gram of carbs per teaspoon versus 4 grams per teaspoon of sugar). But keep in mind that artificial sweeteners, such as Splenda, don’t contain any calories or carbs. These products are approved by the FDA after vigorous safety testing and are more readily available and less expensive than Whey Low.

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