Allulose - HSF Nutra

Extraction Method: Microbial fermentation

Fermtek™ Allulose

  • Product Name: D-Allulose
  • Other names: D-Allulose; D-Psicose; D-Ribo-2-hexulose; Pseudofructose
  • Extraction Method: Fermentation
  • Molecular Formula: C6H12O6
  • CAS No.: 551-68-8
  • EINECS No.: 208-999-7
  • State: Solid
  • Molecular Weight: 180.16 g/mol
  • Melting Point: 58°C (136 °F; 331 K)
  • Appearance: White crystals or viscous liquid
  • Shelf Life: 24 months from manufacture date;
  • Storage: Stored in cool, dry place, with vacuum package; keep away from light.
  • Package: 25kg plastic jugs; outside with paper carton;

Fermtek™ Allulose

D-allulose (C6H12O6), also known as D-Psicose, or simply allulose, is a low-calorie epimer of the monosaccharide sugar fructose, used by some major commercial food and beverage manufacturers as a low-calorie sweetener.

First identified in wheat in almost a century ago, allulose is naturally present in small quantities in certain foods and their process.

HSF’s the international advanced CRISPR-Cas9 gene rapid editing assembly and expression regulation technology is used to genetically modify it by taking the patented strain as a cell factory, change the metabolic pathway of industrial microorganisms and regulate the metabolic flow, so that they can produce functional products in a targeted and efficient manner.

HSF use Biofermentation technique to ferment the raw material and it is extracted using a solvent-free process, 100% natural source and freshness to ensure the best highest quality product available.

HSF’s Ferm™ is the product line desinged for D-Allulose produce and process, it allow us can offer D-Allulose powder 99%.

Ferm™ D-Allulose Powder
Ferm™ D-Allulose Powder
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Things You Need to Know  About Ferm™ D-Allulose

What Is Allulose?

Allulose is a rare sugar with the same chemical formula as fructose. Because it isn’t metabolized by the body, it does not raise blood sugar or insulin levels and provides minimal calories.

Allulose is also known as D-psicose. It is classified as a “rare sugar” because it is naturally present in only a few foods. Wheat, figs and raisins all contain it.

Like glucose and fructose, allulose is a monosaccharide, or single sugar. In contrast, table sugar, also known as sucrose, is a disaccharide made of glucose and fructose joined together.

In fact, allulose has the same chemical formula as fructose, but is arranged differently. This difference in structure prevents your body from processing allulose the way it processes fructose.

Although 70–84% of the allulose you consume is absorbed into your blood from your digestive tract, it is eliminated in the urine without being used as fuel.

It’s been shown to resist fermentation by your gut bacteria, minimizing the likelihood of bloating, gas or other digestive problems.

And here’s some good news for people who have diabetes or are watching their blood sugar — it does not raise blood sugar or insulin levels.

Allulose also provides only 0.2–0.4 calories per gram, or about 1/10 the calories of table sugar.

In addition, early research suggests that allulose has anti-inflammatory properties, and may help prevent obesity and reduce the risk of chronic disease.

Although small amounts of this rare sugar are found in some foods, in recent years, manufacturers have used enzymes to convert fructose from corn and other plants into allulose.

The taste and texture have been described as identical to table sugar. It is about 70% as sweet as sugar, which is similar to the sweetness of erythritol, another popular sweetener.

Does It May Boost Fat Loss?

Studies in obese rats suggest that allulose may increase fat burning and help prevent obesity. However, high-quality research in humans is needed.

Research in obese rats suggests that allulose may also help boost fat loss. This includes unhealthy belly fat, also known as visceral fat, which is strongly linked to heart disease and other health problems.

In one study, obese rats were fed a normal or high-fat diet that contained supplements of either allulose, sucrose or erythritol for eight weeks.

It’s important to note that, like allulose, erythritol provides virtually no calories and does not raise blood sugar or insulin levels.

Nevertheless, allulose had more benefits than erythritol. The rats given allulose gained less belly fat than the rats fed erythritol or sucrose.

In another study, rats were fed a high-sugar diet with either 5% cellulose fiber or 5% allulose. The allulose group burned significantly more calories and fat overnight, and gained far less fat than the cellulose-fed rats.

Because allulose is such a new sweetener, its effects on weight and fat loss in humans aren’t known because they haven’t been studied yet.

However, based on the controlled studies showing lower blood sugar and insulin levels in people who took allulose, it seems as though it may help with weight loss as well.

Clearly, high-quality studies in humans are needed before any conclusions can be made.

Is Allulose Safe?

Animal studies using extremely high doses of allulose for up to 18 months found no signs of toxicity or side effects. Human studies are limited, but have not found any health risks related to this sweetener.

Allulose seems to be a safe sweetener.

It has been added to the list of foods generally recognized as safe (GRAS) by the US Food and Drug Administration.

Studies in allulose-fed rats lasting between three and 18 months have shown no toxicity or other health-related problems related to the sweetener.

It’s worth mentioning that this was an extremely large dose. For reference, the equivalent amount for an adult weighing 150 pounds (68 kg) would be about 83 grams per day — more than 1/3 cup.

In human studies, more realistic doses of 5–15 grams (1–3 teaspoons) per day for up to 12 weeks weren’t associated with any negative side effects.

Allulose appears safe and is unlikely to cause health problems when consumed in moderation. However, as with any food, individual sensitivities are always a possibility.

Who Should Use Allulose?

  • If you want to cut back on the amount of sugar or overall calories you eat, allulose could be a good choice. You can use it to make baked goods, frozen desserts, or your favorite beverage. Since the sweetener has an extremely low sugar content, people on the ketogenic diet or “keto” diet have started to use allulose more.
  • Allulose also doesn’t affect your blood sugar or insulin levels. So it’s a good alternative for people with certain conditions like diabetes.
  • People who are overweight or obese and trying to cut back on calories could get more benefit.

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