Is erythritol paleo?​

Erythritol may not be paleo. Some consider erythritol to be paleo while others do not. Either way, consumption of any sugar or sweetener should be limited or avoided on a paleo diet. Erythritol may not suitable for a paleo diet.

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What is a paleo diet?​

The Paleo diet emphasizes eating whole foods that were likely consumed by humans thousands of years ago.

Foods to eat on a paleo diet include beef, pork, fish, eggs, nuts, seeds, herbs, certain oils, fruits and vegetables.

Foods to avoid on a paleo diet include grains, legumes, vegetable oils, dairy and heavily processed foods.

Please note: There is conflicting information online about which ingredients are and are not allowed on a paleo diet. We've worked to make this note on erythritol as accurate as possible. Ultimately, it's up to you to decide how strictly you'll follow the diet.

Read more about the paleo diet on Healthline and EverydayHealth. It's always a good idea to consult with your personal doctor or dietitian before starting any diet.

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