- 100% fructose.
- Alternative to table sugar (sucrose).
- Vegetable origin, suitable for vegetarian and vegan diets.
- Sweetens and provides energy for training.
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Fructose powder by RawSeries is a food, 100% crystalline fructose, obtained from the degradation of corn.
Fructose is a simple carbohydrate, a monosaccharide with a sweetening power of 1.7-2.0 compared to the standard 1 of sucrose, so it has a 70% to 100% higher sweetening power than table sugar. This is useful for reducing the net calorie content of beverages.
Fructose powder is a food that is 100% suitable for vegetarians and vegans, which comes from the enzymatic degradation of corn starch and therefore has a vegetable origin.
- Consumption of fructose-containing foods leads to a lower elevation of blood glucose compared to foods containing sucrose (sugar) or glucose.1
Firstly, because it has greater sweetening power, specifically, it is 0.7-1 sweeter than table sugar, making it a great option for culinary use, as it will allow you to sweeten the same, with less quantity, and therefore fewer calories.
Fructose Powder by HSN is a food, it only contains fructose and nothing else.
Free from colourings, preservatives, anti-caking agents and food additives. 100% crystalline fructose.
Fructose powder is suitable for vegetarian and vegan diets.
It comes from the fermentation of maize sugars, without Genetically Modified Organisms. 100% vegetable.
Fructose dissolves easily in water and is suspended even in cold media.
Fructose has an intensely sweet taste.
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Complementary scientific studies
- Luo, S., Monterosso, J. R., Sarpelleh, K., & Page, K. A. (2015). Differential effects of fructose versus glucose on brain and appetitive responses to food cues and decisions for food rewards. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 112(20), 6509–6514.
- McGuinness, O. P., & Cherrington, A. D. (2003). Effects of fructose on hepatic glucose metabolism. Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care, 6(4), 441–448.
- Vargas E, & Carrillo Sepulveda MA. (2019) Biochemistry, Insulin Metabolic Effects. StatPearls [Internet]. Treasure Island (FL): StatPearls Publishing.
1 Glucose and/or sucrose should be replaced by fructose in sugar-sweetened foods or beverages so that the reduction of glucose and/or sucrose content in such foods or beverages is at least 30%.
|per 100gper serving|
|Serving size: 1 scoop of 30ml (35g)|
|Servings per container: 29|
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|of which sugars|
|Protein calculated in dry matter (nitrogen *6.38).|