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    Default Different names for sugars and sweeteners

    Sugars comes with different names. Here are some of them we have to totally avoid on Boot Camp (This list (which is not complete by any means) contains some artificial sweeteners (AS) as well. Boot Camp recruits commit to total sweetener avoidance.


    Agave (this is like sugar a fructose, glucose mix. Often higher on fructose rather than glucose)
    Amasake
    Aspartame (Equal, Nutrasweet) AS
    Ace-K (or Acesulfame potassium) AS

    Barley malt
    Barley malt syrup
    Beet sugar
    Brown Sugar
    Cane juice
    Cane sugar
    Carbitol
    Carmel coloring
    Carmel sugars
    Concentrated fruit juice
    Corn sweetener
    Corn syrup
    cyclamate AS
    Dextrin
    Dextrose (very common in meat products)
    Diglycerides
    Disaccharides
    D-tagalose
    erythritol AS (Sugar Alcohol)
    Evaporated cane juice (just a fancy name for sugar)
    Florida crystals
    Fructooligosaccharides (FOS)
    Fructose
    Fruit juice concentrate
    Galactose
    Glucitol
    Glucoamine
    Gluconolactone
    Glucose
    Glucose polymers
    Glucose syrup
    Glycerides
    Glycerine
    Glycerol
    Glycol
    Hexitol
    High-fructose corn syrup (or HFCS)
    Honey
    Inversol
    Invert sugar
    Invertose
    Isomalt
    Karo syrups
    Lactose
    Lactitol AS (Sugar alcohol)
    Levulose
    Malitol AS (Sugar alcohol)
    Malt dextrin
    Malted barley
    Maltodextrins
    Maltodextrose
    Maltose
    Malts
    Mannitol AS (Sugar alcohol)
    Mannose
    Microcrystalline cellulose
    Molasses
    Monoglycerides
    Monosaccarides
    Nectars
    Neotame
    Pentose
    Polydextrose
    Polyglycerides
    Raisin juice
    Raisin syrup
    Raw sugar
    Ribose rice syrup
    Rice malt
    Rice sweeteners
    Rice syrup solids
    Saccharides
    Sorbitol AS (sugar alcohol)
    Sorghum
    Splenda (sucralose) AS
    Stevia AS
    Sucanat
    Sucanet
    Sucrose
    Sugar cane
    Treacle
    Trisaccharides
    Xylitol AS (sugar alcohol)
    Zylose
    Last edited by liv; October 6th, 2012 at 02:47 PM. Reason: Adding Brown sugar-when I put in alpha order, the list became messed up, so I am leaving it at the bottom.

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    Default Re: Different names for sugars and sweeteners

    Quote Originally Posted by liv View Post
    Sugars comes with different names. Here are some of them we have to totally avoid on Boot Camp (This list (which is not complete by any means) contains some artificial sweeteners (AS) as well. Boot Camp recruits commit to total sweetener avoidance.


    Agave (this is like sugar a fructose, glucose mix. Often higher on fructose rather than glucose)
    Amasake
    Aspartame (Equal, Nutrasweet) AS
    Ace-K (or Acesulfame potassium) AS

    Barley malt
    Barley malt syrup
    Beet sugar
    Cane juice
    Cane sugar
    Carbitol
    Carmel coloring
    Carmel sugars
    Concentrated fruit juice
    Corn sweetener
    Corn syrup
    cyclamate AS
    Dextrin
    Dextrose (very common in meat products)
    Diglycerides
    Disaccharides
    D-tagalose
    erythritol AS (Sugar Alcohol)
    Evaporated cane juice (just a fancy name for sugar)
    Florida crystals
    Fructooligosaccharides (FOS)
    Fructose
    Fruit juice concentrate
    Galactose
    Glucitol
    Glucoamine
    Gluconolactone
    Glucose
    Glucose polymers
    Glucose syrup
    Glycerides
    Glycerine
    Glycerol
    Glycol
    Hexitol
    High-fructose corn syrup (or HFCS)
    Honey
    Inversol
    Invert sugar
    Isomalt
    Karo syrups
    Lactose
    Lactitol AS (Sugar alcohol)
    Levulose
    Malitol AS (Sugar alcohol)
    Malt dextrin
    Malted barley
    Maltodextrins
    Maltodextrose
    Maltose
    Malts
    Mannitol AS (Sugar alcohol)
    Mannose
    Microcrystalline cellulose
    Molasses
    Monoglycerides
    Monosaccarides
    Nectars
    Neotame
    Pentose
    Polydextrose
    Polyglycerides
    Raisin juice
    Raisin syrup
    Raw sugar
    Ribose rice syrup
    Rice malt
    Rice sweeteners
    Rice syrup solids
    Saccharides
    Sorbitol AS (sugar alcohol)
    Sorghum
    Splenda (sucralose) AS
    Stevia AS
    Sucanat
    Sucanet
    Sucrose
    Sugar cane
    Treacle
    Trisaccharides
    Xylitol AS (sugar alcohol)
    Zylose


    Adding Brown sugar.

    I had the same problem Liv, I tried to do that months ago...not sure why?

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    Default Re: Different names for sugars and sweeteners

    i did not have the problem because i edited the top of the list adding agave (thanks em for the suggestion)
    It is your old comment in the edit section ha ha

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