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Popular Sugar Replacement is the Culprit in Intestinal ‘Explosion’

Food manufacturers are always looking for a cheaper, better way to sweeten our favorite foods. But the recent uptick in hospital c. difficile infections are making researchers rethink the use of one sugar that is actually a byproduct of starch. Will this be a setback for food production when it comes to using technology to sweeten our menu?
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