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sugar in rice milk?
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Published: 16 years ago

sugar in rice milk?

All you candida people seem to be pros when it comes to Sugar information so here's a question for you all.....

I'm curious....I just decided to try some rice milk instead of goats milk but in reading the Nutrition Facts I found that there are 9g of Sugar per cup. Where does this Sugar come from? Here are the listed ingredients:

Filtered water, brown rice, gum arabic, expeller pressed high aloic safflower oil, tricalcuim phosphate, corowise thytosterol esters, Sea Salt , vitamin A palmitate, vitamin D2, vitamin B12.

Since "sugar" is not listed as an ingredient can I assume that those 9g of sugar are natural sugars?

Any input would be greatly appreciated, thanks.


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