allulose

allulose

[′al·yə‚lōs]
(organic chemistry)
CH2OHCO(CHOH)3CH2OH A constituent of cane sugar molasses; it is nonfermentable.
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Allulose is not metabolized so it has a much lower caloric value, but unlike a sugar alcohol it does not cause stomach distress and side effects of those other non-caloric bulk sweeteners used in sugar-free food formulations.
e group stated that results appear to be in line with guidance provided earlier this year, adding that the company's low calorie sugar substitute, Dolcia Prima Allulose has been "encouraging".

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