Due to the low hygroscopicity of Palatinose
the dough handling was good.
Biochemical tests were performed to determine the ability of these microbial strains to metabolize varied carbon sources such as Carbohydrates (Adonitol, Arabitol, Cellobiose, Glucose, Maltose, Mannitol, Mannose, Palatinose
, Sucrose, Tagatose, Trehalose); Carbohydrates derivatives (Sorbitol, Citrate); Lipids (Lipases) & nitrogenous wastes such as urea (Urease-producing).
Development of synbiotics with inulin, palatinose
, alpha-cyclodextrin and probiotic bacteria.
Assessment of Acid Production by Various Human Oral Micro-organisms when Palatinose
or Leucrose is Utlized.
In the search for beverages that provide balanced and prolonged energy release, however, traditional energy boosters such as caffeine, taurine and guarana are being replaced by natural ingredients such as Palatinose
(isomaltulose) and ginseng
The mean values for sucrose and palatinose
were lower than those of other measured disaccharides and did not exceed 10 mg/g; they were in the range of 2.
Comparative effect of repeated ingestion of difructose anhydride III and palatinose
on the induction of gastrointestinal symptom in human.
Still relatively new on the sweetener scene, Palatinose
is a functional carbohydrate.
is a fully available yet low-glycemic carbohydrate that is slowly digested and absorbed, thus providing balanced and sustained energy with a lower blood glucose rise and less inulin release.
dendrorhous can hydrolyze fructosyl-[beta]-(2-1)-linked carbohydrates (sucrose, nystose and 1-kestose) and palatinose
[[alpha]-D-Glc-(1-6)-D-Fru], although its catalytic efficiency indicated that it hydrolyzes sucrose approximately 4.
, manufacturers can add in health without compromising on taste, texture or processability.
The release of EFSA's fourth batch of evaluations also held good news for BENEO, as its claims for Isomalt and Palatinose
(isomaltulose) received positive feedback.