Allulose is a natural plant based sugar that is found naturally in some foods in nature, such as dates, molasses, and brown sugar. It also can be produced commercially. Allulose contains zero calories, and zero grams of carbs per serving.
And from a taste profile, it has about 70% of the sweetness of traditional table sugar, as well as a clean aftertaste. Many consumers want to know about the effects of allulose on blood sugars, as well as the effects of allulose on their digestive health. And from a blood sugar standpoint first, allulose has been demonstrated in the research to actually improve the blood sugars of people living with type 2 diabetes, or prediabetes.
In other populations, for example, type 1 diabetes, allulose has been shown to have no impact on blood sugar levels. From a digestive health standpoint, allulose actually improves digestive health by increasing the good gut bacteria within the intestines. A fun fact about allulose is, it actually caramelizes the same way that regular sugar does, leaving the taste of baked goods almost identical to those that used full blown sugar.
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