ERITRITOL, THE FRIENDLY SUGAR OF THE LINE
Erythritol is one natural sugar found in fruit and fermented grains . Its success, which has been increasing in recent years, is mainly due to its nutritional characteristics but also to the fact that it is delicious and devoid of the bitter aftertaste, typical of synthetic sweeteners.
It is particularly suitable for:
- Anyone who wishes to play a low-calorie diet thanks to the low caloric intake equal to the sun 0.2 Kcal per gram.
- Who has difficulty in metabolizing carbohydrates , thanks to the zero glycemic index.
Packaging: 500 g.
Nutritional Information Per 100 g - Average Values
0 kJ / 0 kcal
Fats, of which:
Saturated Fatty Acids
Carbohydrate, of which:
100% Sweetener: Erythritol
CHARACTERISTICS OF Erythritol
Erythritol is part of the sugar alcohols, compounds that are found naturally in some types of fruit, the version we offer is obtained from the fermentation of corn.
Nutritional and organoleptic characteristics of Erythritol:
- Features a limited caloric intake : approx 0.2 Kcal per gram
- His glycemic index is zero
- Has a sweetening power estimated around 60 - 80% compared to normal white sugar (sucrose).
- Although less sweet, it does not have the characteristic aftertaste typical of synthetic or semi-synthetic sweeteners, therefore it is also suitable for the preparation of desserts .
ADVANTAGES OF Erythritol COMPARED TO SUCROSE:
Features a limited calorie intake compared to normal white sugar therefore it is ideal during diets or in case it is necessary to limit the intake of calories.
Erythritol avoids glycemic peaks, it is therefore suitable for those suffering from diabetes or has difficulty metabolizing carbohydrates.
It is ultimately defined as a product tooth-friendly , tooth-friendly, thanks to his acariogenicity : Erythritol it is not converted into acids by bacteria present in the mouth, therefore it does not favor dental caries.
It seems that even the ' Erythritol is designed as an aid to dental health during oral hygiene interventions.
The study carried out by prof. A. Sculean from the Department of Periodontology at the University of Bern who presented the results of the recent study to the International Association for Dental Research (IADR), held in Seattle in March 2013.
The six-month study showed it as a new powder-based Erythritol can be used safely and effectively. See attached PDF.
ADVANTAGES OF Erythritol COMPARED TO SYNTHESIS SUGARS:
It is easily absorbed in the intestine and disposed of through the kidneys, therefore it does not cause unpleasant episodes of diarrhea as happens with the frequent use of numerous synthetic sweeteners.
Studies have even conferred on Erythritol antioxidant capacity such as to make it precious for the well-being of the intestinal mucosa.
It does not have the characteristic bitter aftertaste of synthetic sweeteners.
As a replacement for the common sucrose (white sugar).
Product suitable for vegans.
The product it does not contain lactose and milk derivatives.
The product does not contain gluten.