One thing this “test” didn’t address is what happens to the insulin levels after consuming the various sugars.
This video couple ate 2 tablespoons of sugar equivalent in artificial sweeteners and checked for glucose levels after 30mins of ingestion.  The out can be used in couple of ways.  In their particular case it was to stay in ketosis state where you burn fat instead of sugar, but this is an ideal way all should take in sugar.

Baseline w/o sugar glucose meter: 80
Baseline w sugar glucose meter: 140


Stevia <– BEST to use regularly

Consumption of stevia in preloads significantly lowered postprandial insulin levels compared to both aspartame and sucrose, as well as postprandial glucose levels compared to sucrose

Allulose  <– Good alternative to Erythritol

Sucralose<– unfortunately in a lot of flavored water
Erythritol  <– Good for cooking
Monk Fruit <– ok
Xylitol  <– absolutely not
Maltitoll  <– absolutely not

Aspartame  <– Good to use regularly like in Coke Zero aka Sugar free

Commenter summarized the video this way:

2. Steviashows mixed results.
3. Allulose tastes good and does not affect ketones or blood glucose level. Bad GI distress though.
4. Sucralose is intensely sweet and does not affect ketones or blood glucose.
5. Erythritol tastes almost as good as Allulose and has similar/no effect on ketones and blood glucose, but also causes GI distress.
6. Monk fruit is not as sweet as sugar and has a vanilla hint (might have to use more for taste). It also safe for the Keto diet.
7. Xylitol is not worth consuming even though it tastes close to sugar. It negatively impacts ketones and blood glucose level. Mixed GI results.
8. Maltitol has a gummy consistency. It greatly impacts ketones and spikes blood glucose level.
9. Aspartameseems to be Keto-friendly and diabetic-friendly, but not necessarily healthy.