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- Country: Philippines
- Listed: December 1, 2016 2:12 pm
- Expires: 56 days, 10 hours
1g. x 50 sachets
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“ Halo is the only organic and natural based sweetener that is safe for our health. “
- 100%ASPARTAME-FREE. Unlike other synthetic sweeteners such as Aspartame, Sucralose and Saccharin that are all chemical-based,
- Natural and organic based.It contains Erythritol, a natural sugar substitute found in fruits like grapes, pears, and melons. It also contains a very minimal amount of Acesulfame-K, that is used to balance out Halo’s sweetness.
- ZERO CALORIES making it very suitable for people who have diabetes and also for those who are watching their weight.
- ZERO GLYCEMIC INDEX RATING.
- GREAT SUGAR-LIKE taste. It does not have the metallic or bitter aftertaste that other synthetic sweeteners have.
Erythritol, a polyol (sugar alcohol), is currently used as a bulk sweetener in reduced calorie foods. It occurs naturally in fruits such as pears, melons and grapes, as well as foods such as mushrooms and fermentation-derived foods such as wine, soy sauce and cheese.
Erythritol is a white crystalline powder with a clean sweet taste that is similar to sucrose. It is approximately 70% as sweet as sucrose and flows easily due to its non-hygroscopic character. Like other polyols, erythritol does not promote tooth decay and is safe for people with diabetes. However, erythritol’s caloric value of zero calories per gram and high digestive tolerance distinguishes it from other polyols. Because erythritol is rapidly absorbed in the small intestine and rapidly eliminated by the body within 24 hours, laxative side effects sometimes associated with excessive polyol consumption are unlikely when consuming erythritol containing foods.
A petition to affirm the GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe) status of erythritol was accepted for filing by the FDA in 1997. In 2001, FDA reviewed a GRAS Notification and issued a letter stating that it “had no questions” regarding erythritol’s GRAS status, which is FDA’s way of agreeing that it is in fact GRAS. This allows manufacturers to produce and sell erythritol containing foods and beverages.
Erythritol is regarded as a food in Japan and since 1990 it has been used in many Japanese food categories. It is approved in many other jurisdictions including the EU where the caloric value for nutritional labeling has been regulated to be zero kcal/g.
Benefits of Erythritol
- Zero calorie: Erythritol has 0 calories per gram for food labeling purposes in the United States, Europe and Japan. This 0 calorie value is based on erythritol’s unique absorption and elimination process which does not involve the metabolism of erythritol. Thus, erythritol is uniquely qualified as a zero calorie bulk sweetener for formulating “reduced calorie” and “light” products which require a 25 percent or more calorie reduction from the standard formulation.
- High digestive tolerance: Erythritol is rapidly absorbed in the small intestine and studies have shown that erythritol is not fermented by the human body. As a result, foods containing substantial amounts of erythritol are very unlikely to cause gaseous and laxation side effects. A recent clinical study concluded daily consumption of 1 gram per kilogram body weight of erythritol in various foods and beverages over the course of a day is well tolerated by adults as compared to sucrose containing foods.
- Safe for people with diabetes: Single dose and 14-day clinical studies demonstrate erythritol does not affect blood serum glucose or insulin levels. Clinical studies conducted in people with diabetes conclude that erythritol may be safely used to replace sucrose in foods formulated specifically for people with diabetes. Of course, those with diabetes should consider the impact on their diet of other ingredients used in foods sweetened with erythritol.
- Does not cause tooth decay: Erythritol like other polyols is resistant to metabolism by oral bacteria which break down sugars and starches to produce acids which may lead to tooth enamel loss and cavities formation. They are, therefore, non-cariogenic. The usefulness of polyols, including erythritol, as alternatives to sugars and as part of a comprehensive program including proper dental hygiene has been recognized by the American Dental Association. The FDA has approved the use of a “does not promote tooth decay” health claim in labeling for sugar-free foods that contain erythritol or other polyols.
Facts about Erythritol
- Zero calorie sweetener
- Bulk sweetener which can be blended with low-calorie sweeteners (e.g., acesulfame potassium and aspartame) and/or other polyols (e.g., sorbitol and xylitol)
- Clean sweet taste with no aftertaste
- Potential use in a variety of zero/low-calorie, low-fat and sugar-free foods and beverages–from candies to yogurts
- Beneficial for people with diabetes because it does not raise blood glucose or insulin levels
- Does not contribute to the formation of dental caries
Multiple Ingredient Approach to Calorie Control
Erythritol blends well with other polyols and flavors and can mask off-flavors such as bitterness sometimes associated with other low-calorie sweeteners. Erythritol is synergistic with low-calorie sweeteners such as aspartame and acesulfame potassium, resulting in a sweetener combination which is sweeter than the sum of the individual components and with an improved taste profile with superior taste, economic and stability advantages.
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