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Diarrhea can be related to food substitute

The food ingredient, Sorbitol, is often used as a sweetener in diet products. In some people, this substance can lead to diarrhea or other symptom symptoms. In severe cases, this condition may be called Sorbitol intolerance. See other causes of diarrhea.

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