So I never knew until today, but apparently the Haribo sugarless gummy bears can do a real number on your insides, ultimately forcing many to have to clear out their backend pipes.
According to Healthline, “In the case of Haribo’s sugarless gummies, the sugar alcohol culprit is maltitol, which is found in the ingredient lycasin. But this isn’t the only sugar alcohol that could lead to unpleasant digestive symptoms.”
Long story short, you eat a few too many of these bad little gummies and your stomach will need to turn itself inside out, and that spells trouble for your butt.
Get my drift? Sorry, bad pun. OK, and now the sorted details from one Amazon reviewer named Jason Ellenburg who had a little sugarless gummy experiment to see if his troops would raid his forbidden gummy fruit…