This advanced sugar-substitute has been a favorite choice for many athletes for years. It tastes identical to sugar and it has no aftertaste like stevia. It is low glycemic (38), is a slow-released carbohydrate that gives sustained energy supply for your brain and body.
Clinical studies show that palatinose promotes the use of fat as a source of energy for athletes, i.e. suitable for boosting fat burning / fat loss.
It does not cause tooth decay either, and since it is completely hydrolyzed in the small intestine with no adverse side-effects, such as fratulence or diarrhea even after ingestion in large quantities.
It has been recognized as safe by food and drug authorities in various countries such as Japan, Europe, US, Australia and New Zealand.
[How to use]
Use it like sugar. It is slightly less sweeter than sugar so you need to use more if you want to have the same sweetness.
1 teaspoon (4g) contains 4g of carbohydrate. 0g of fat, 0g of protein.
99.75% isomaltulose, 0.25% sucralose
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