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It always serves to read the label, even
when the label says 'sugar free'. However,
this sugar free cough syrup is the real
deal. For a dry, troublesome cough,
Covonia's Dry Cough Sugar Free formula
(also alcohol free) providing symptomatic
relief of dry or irritating coughs. The
formulation is the ideal solution for those
who choose not to consume alcohol
for religious or lifestyle reasons and for
people with diabetes. Covonia Dry Cough
Sugar Free - 5g carbs in 100ml (from
Glycerol). The accompanying Covonia
Chesty Cough Sugar Free Formula helps
to relieve persistent coughs by loosening
stubborn mucus and clearing the chest.
The chesty cough formula is more sugary
,with 66g carbs in 100ml (from Sorbitol
and Glycerol). Both formulas are available
from pharmacies and supermarket
pharmacy counters nationwide.
The latest book to join the Carbs and Cals
range is on Gestational Diabetes. Newly
launched, the book's detailed introduction
covers the range of topics that are
important for women with gestational
diabetes, including the amount and type
of carbs to consume, using the glycaemic
index, food swap ideas, as well as
advice on vitamin supplements, caffeine,
hydration, food safety with separate
information and advice for pregnant
women with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes.