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Why not use the left isomer of sugar in the production of sweet soda. It seems like it is also sweet, but it is not absorbed by the body and therefore should not lead to obesity and type 2 diabetes and should not harm the liver as saccharin. Of course, the security would have to be thoroughly checked.

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1 hour ago, SergUpstart said:

Why not use the left isomer of sugar in the production of sweet soda. It seems like it is also sweet, but it is not absorbed by the body and therefore should not lead to obesity and type 2 diabetes and should not harm the liver as saccharin. Of course, the security would have to be thoroughly checked.

It has already been patented for that purpose, but unfortunately it is so expensive to make that it has never been commercialised.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L-Glucose

 

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