Sugar Alcohol Calculation

I'm on Keto and Cronometer has been a huge help. Trying to understand the Sugar Alcohol percentage calculation better. I don't count SA's in my diet and I have my Chronometer set to "Net Carbs - No Sugar Alcohols". Per the app, a Perfect Keto Almond Butter Brownie bar has 240 kcals with 2 net carbs (11g carbs/9g fiber). But it's 17% carbs in the macros (Fat=67%, 19g. Protein=16%, 10g). How does it get to that 17% for net carbs? Not saying it's incorrect, just want to understand how the math is done


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