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Allulose (5)

1 . How is it produced?

Allulose is produced through an enzymatic process from non-GMO corn. It is a natural process and neither the corn nor the enzyme contain any GMO’s.

2 . Net Carbs

Net carbs are calculated by: Total Carbs – Fiber (or any zero glycemic impact food such as Allulose) = Net Carbs. Allulose has 0g Net Carbs per serving

3 . Glycemic Index

Since allulose is a monosaccharide, it is labelled as a carbohydrate, however, Allulose does not have any glycemic impact on the body so it is ideal for those on the Keto or Low Carb diets.

4 . Calorie Content

Per the FDA, Allulose contains 0.4 calories / gram. A 5g serving has only 2 calories which is similar to other non-nutritive sweeteners. Per FDA rounding rules, any caloric amount below 5 calories can be rounded to zero. This is true of all zero calorie sweeteners.

5 . What is Allulose?

Allulose is a zero calorie sweetener known as a rare sugar, monosaccharide, or psicose, made through natural enzymatic process using non gmo corn. It is naturally found in some fruits like kiwi, raisins,figs & jackfruit. It does not raise blood sugar and only has 1/10 of the calories[...]