Shouldn't. Glycation occurs because of the reactive aldehyde (glucose) or ketone (fructose) (carbon-oxygen double bond) present. Sugar alcohols have had this functionality reduced to the alcohol (hence the name).
Sorbitol (top) vs glucose (middle) vs fructose (bottom)
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