In Genesis R&D Foods version 11.5 or later, users now have the ability to display the specific sugar alcohol (e.g. Sorbitol) on your label instead of the generic "Sugar Alcohol." This blog post covers how to do so.
If your supplement formula contains sugar, you will have to declare Total Sugars on your label, per the NLEA regulations that govern the top section of the Supplement Facts panels. In addition, with the new regulations, you will also have to declare what portion of the Total Sugar comes from Added Sugars, as defined by the FDA.
Defining naming conventions for your database can help keep your database organized and allow you to quickly filter and identify your Ingredients and Recipes. This post walks through best practices and tips for creating your own naming convention.