Allulose is a non-GMO simple sugar that has only has 10% of the calories of regular sugar.
ALLULOSE IS ONE OF MANY SUGARS FOUND IN NATURE THAT OCCURS IN SMALL QUANTITIES IN FOODS LIKE MAPLE SYRUP, FIGS, AND RAISINS. IT'S ONLY RECENTLY BECOME AVAILABLE FOR USE BY FOOD COMPANIES.
Allulose is a practical ingredient whose taste, texture and product performance are on par with other sugars. It can even serve as a one-to-one replacement for high-fructose corn syrup with a dramatically better nutritional profile.
In studies, Allulose demonstrates no effect on blood glucose levels and—according to some preliminary findings—may even reduce blood glucose levels in diabetics.
Researchers find that it’s well tolerated and produces no gastrointestinal symptoms.
Allulose is NOT an “artificial sweetener” with the questionable reputation, functionality and sensory profile of saccharin or aspartame. It has 10% the Calories of Traditional Sugar. It’s sugar, by another name.
The U.S. FDA grants Allulose Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) status and sanctions its use in moderate amounts by consumers of all ages.