Health Garden’s allulose sweetener is made of all-natural, non-GMO corn.
Allulose is a naturally-occurring, low-energy, monosaccharide sugar found in several fruits and vegetables, including jackfruit, kiwi, figs, and raisins. Allulose is not a sugar alcohol.
Derived from non-GMO corn grown in South Korea, Health Garden’s allulose ensures pure and high-quality ingredients.
Containing minimal calories and carbs, allulose is safe to use in daily consumption and moderation. The ingredient can help manage diabetes, hypertension, and obesity when used as part of a healthy lifestyle!
1 and 1/3 teaspoon allulose = 1 teaspoon sugar.
1 and 1/3 cup allulose = 1 cup sugar.
How to use?:
Allulose is unique among sugar substitutes because it caramelizes just like sugar, making it the perfect choice for sauces and glazes!
Allulose is a monosaccharide sugar, unlike other sugar substitutes which are sugar alcohols. Therefore, allulose does not cause gastric distress or have laxative effects the way sugar alcohols such as xylitol, maltitol and sorbitol are known to do! Allulose may be a good choice for people with sensitive stomachs who are adversely affected by sweeteners made with sugar alcohols.
Safe for pets?:
According to a recent study, allulose is non-toxic to dogs, though they may experience gastric distress. If your dog or other pet accidentally ingests allulose, contact your veterinarian to ensure their safety and health.
Q: How many carbs are there in allulose per serving?
A: 0 grams per serving.
Q:How many calories are there in allulose per serving ?
A: 1.6 calories.
Q: Where does allulose land on the glycemic index (GI)?
A: Allulose is incredibly low on the GI scale, having a glycemic index value of 0.
Q: Is allulose safe for pets?
A: Yes, alulose is safe for pets. It can be added into homemade dog treats, etc.