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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Made from sugar beets, Palatinose is a natural low glycemic sweetener that serves as an alternative to sugars commonly used in other sport drinks.
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
Comparative effect of repeated ingestion of difructose anhydride III and palatinose on the induction of gastrointestinal symptom in human.
helps product manufacturers control the glycemic impact of foods with its ingredients Palatinose and ISOMALT.
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.
Contains an all-natural, proprietary energy blend of Palatinose, D-ribose, guarana, green tea, cha de burge, maca, yerba mate, panax ginseng and L-tyrosine
Morris Plains, NJ, developed the sweeteners Palatinose and Isomalt derived from the sugar beet.
The Modern Energy Management Concept with Palatinose highlights the importance of fully digestible and low glycaemic carbohydrates for a balanced and prolonged release of energy.
Palatinose [TM] is classified as a sugar; and as such the food legislation in each country needs to be considered before usage in products--as the combination of sugars and Stevia is not at present permitted in Europe.
Palatinose is therefore the only carbohydrate to provide a sustained supply of energy in the form of glucose, while at the same time supporting fat mobilization.
For those considering tabling the sugar for an alternative, while still wanting to stick as close to the original formula as possible, BENEO's ISOMALT, oligofructose or Palatinose may maintain the taste, texture and mouthfeel and may be generally processed without major adaption, according to the company's Mr.