The Specific Carbohydrate Diet

Frequently Asked Questions


Elaine writes:
Since glycerin is not a sugar to begin with, the "ol" at the end does not make it a sugar alcohol. Glycerin is considered to belong to the fat family. So does glycerol.

Seth writes:
Glycerine is legal. If it wasn't, then fat wouldn't be allowed either. Glycerol is what attaches three fatty acids to get a triglyceride. The body can convert it into a carbohydrate, but it is not a carb.

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