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Read about it here: Beware of Sugarless Gummy Bears on Amazon



Most sugar free candies use sugar alcohols which are not absorbed when passing through the digestive tract. They have cautions on the label that eating too much can cause gas & diarrhea. The sugar alcohol Hairbo uses in the sugarless gummy bears is lycosin which is apparently some evil, concentrated stuff!

Here are a couple of reviews that aren't in the slightlyviral.com article linked above:

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Diarrhea-ville, Population You., August 14, 2012

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This review is from: Haribo Gummy Candy, Sugarless Gummy Bears, 5-Pound Bag (Grocery)

I'm tempted to leave a video review of the sounds coming out of my intestines from these. I had 20 of these delicious little guys before bed last night. Then, I had to wake up every 2 hours to sit on the toilet and have them spray out of me. Do yourself a favor - unless you are buying these as some tool of revenge for a cheating boyfriend or arch-enemy DO NOT BUY THESE. I have been dealing with constant diarrhea for 18 hours because I had around 20 gummy bears.

It's not worth it. Just buy regular gummy bears.

Flushed, Diarrhea from Hell, throbbing stomach, lips numb, October 12, 2009
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This review is from: Haribo Gummy Candy, Sugarless Gummy Bears, 5-Pound Bag (Grocery)

These gummies are something that we do not want the radical islam terroist to get there hands on. From what I know now, there are no secrets that would be worth keeping, if they threatned to make me eat the gummies. First my head was on fire and my ears were pulsating. I looked down to see if someone by accident had stuck a branding iron through my stomach. It took so much energy away from me that I crawled to the toilet. This kind of diarrhea made me think of a new invention.... seat belts for the toilet. I had such diarrhea that I was producing thrust. Just as I was about to pass out, the noise from my ringing ears distracted me enough to not pass out and realize that there was more thrust coming. Just as I thought this was over the finally came with dead lips. Yep my lips went numb like I had a shot of novacane. This was the conclusion and after my wife said she could now see my pupils again and my eyes came back down in alignment. At this point we told the 911 operator that we were going to hold off on the ambulance.

T. Williams, an ex gummie bear purchaser.



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So sorry to hear of these gross - er - unhappy incidents.

Since becoming diabetic, I've had similar gastrointestinal disasters.

Jello brand sugar free pudding and Diet Dr. Pepper are permanently off my list of treats. Though they might be an option if intractable constipation ever occurs!
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