A “diet” version of a product typically means that it is a reduced-calorie or low-calorie version.

Diet products often contain sugar substitutes or artificial sweeteners such as aspartame, sucralose, or saccharin.

By Agatha Android


February 14, 2020

By Dr. Lora Poppins

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The term “diet” primarily emphasizes a reduction in overall calories, not just sugar.

“Zero sugar” indicates that the product contains no added sugars.

Zero sugar products may use sugar alternatives or artificial sweeteners to provide sweetness without adding actual sugar.

Zero sugar products aim to minimize caloric content associated with sugars.

Ideal for individuals with diabetes, zero sugar options help maintain stable blood sugar levels