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Amazing Earth Rare Sugar 150g 30-sticks individual pack

Amazing Earth Rare Sugar 150g 30-sticks individual pack

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According to International Society of Rare Sugarsand Centre of Food Safety, unlike cane sugar, rare sugars are found inextremely rare quantities in nature from milk, corn, wheat or wood.

Only a few types of rare sugars are marketed forconsumer use, like D-Tagatose, D-Xylose, D-Allulose / Psicose, D-Arabinose,etc.

Research studies on rare sugars have been conducted since the 1970s. Owing toextremely high extraction costs, these sugars were not put into mass productionuntil recent years when manufacturers finally achieve a significanttechnological breakthrough which makes rare sugars affordable for the consumermarket.

In Japan, different brands of rare sugars vary in content. For example, acertain brand of liquid rare sugar contains only 15% of rare sugar (allulose).85% of its content is actually glucose and fructose which will be absorbed intothe bloodstream even faster and easier. Consumers must pay attention to thecontent labels before making a purchase.

Another brand, a powder-form
rare sugar, is actually made from エリスリトール(erythritol) via fermentation. The Centre of Food Safety in HongKong actually classifies erythritol as just a carbohydrate, not a sugar or raresugar; therefore, the Chinese character of sugar, which is incorporated in the product name of this Japan-madeerythritol, is greatly misleading.


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