palatinose

pa·lat·i·nose

(pă-lat'i-nōs),
A disaccharide consisting of d-glucose and d-fructose in α-1,6 linkage (sucrose is α-1,2).
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A 2016 study published in the journal Nutrients found that with a pre-load of Palatinose from Parsippany, NJ-based BENEO, endurance athletes "maintained a more stable blood glucose profile and higher fat oxidation, which resulted in improved cycling performance compared with maltodextrin.
Palatinose: Derived from sugar, this new generation ingredient is the only slowly released, yet fully digestible, carbohydrate resulting in balanced and sustained energy release.
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Development of synbiotics with inulin, palatinose, alpha-cyclodextrin and probiotic bacteria.
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 2.25-3.08 and 2.56-2.93 mg/g, respectively.
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.