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|Sweetness:||70% As Sweet As Sucrose||Other Name:||D-Psicose|
|Taste And Texture Of Sugar:||Without All The Calories||No Effect On Blood Sugar:||Yes|
|Taste:||Clean And Sweet Taste||Use For:||Low-calorie Foods And Beverages|
natural low calorie sweeteners,
food additives sweeteners
Allucose Allulose D-Allulose
-----Low Calorie Sugar
Allulose is also known as Psicose, D-Psicose, or even D-Allulose.
Allulose is a low calorie sugar with the same clean, sweet taste you expect from sugar.
Soon you’ll be able to find it in a wide range of foods and beverages to support a healthy lifestyle.
Allulose is one of many different sugars that exists in nature in very small quantities.
It was initially identified from wheat and has since been found in certain fruits including jackfruit, figs and raisins.
Allulose is naturally present in small quantities in a variety of sweet foods like caramel sauce, maple syrup and brown sugar.
A monosaccharide, or simple sugar, allulose is absorbed by the body, but not metabolized so it is nearly calorie-free.
Function of Allucose
No effect on blood sugar
Can be part of a healthy diet
The taste and Texture of sugar, without all the calories
Contributes far fewer calories (approximately 90 percent less) than sugar
Provides synergies with certain high-potency sweeteners, such as sucralose and stevia, to create more cost-effective formulations.
Why Choose Allulose?
Allulose is 70% as sweet as sucrose (sugar).
For those looking to cut their calorie intake for health reasons,
or for weight management, allulose’s good taste will help consumers stick to a healthy diet.
Previously, only caloric sugars could provide the same sweet taste and classic texture.
Allulose offers the taste and texture of sugar without all the calories.
Allulose tastes almost identical to sugar, with a clean, sweet taste.
In fact, products formulated with allulose ranked on par with full-calorie versions in preference taste tests across a variety of foods.
According to a Calorie Control Council survey, 54 percent of U.S. adults are trying to reduce their weight.
And it’s no wonder. Health authorities have noted that with one third of Americans overweight, and another third being obese,
the majority of the U.S. population needs to make a change in their diet and their exercise regimen.
When consumers use foods and beverages made with allulose, they are helping with one side of the “calories in/calories out” equation.
When you consume products with allulose, your body absorbs the allulose, but does not metabolize it.
Allulose is not converted to glucose, so its calories are not available to the body, making it practically calorie-free.
Unlike other caloric sugars, allulose has no impact on blood glucose or insulin levels.
Allulose is Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS) by the Food and Drug Administration for use as a food ingredient and in conjunction with other sweeteners.
Allulose offers the clean, sweet taste of sugar making it ideal in a wide range of foods.
And because it’s a sugar, it functions like sugar to make low-calorie foods and beverages taste better,
or to reduce calories in full-sugar products.
Carbonated and non-carbonated beverages
Rolls, cake, pie, pastries, biscuits and frostings
Yogurt, both regular and frozen
Frozen dairy desserts, including regular ice cream, soft serve, sorbet
Jams and jellies
Hard and soft candies
Sweet sauces and syrups
Gelatins, puddings and fillings
Fat-based cream used in modified fat/calorie cookies, cakes and pastries
Syrup: 25kgs/pail; 275kgs/drum; 1400kgs/IBC drum
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