What is HG Xylitol?
What is HG Xylitol?
Xylitol: is the name of naturally occurring sugar alcohol found in birch trees. Health Garden’s Xylitol it has zero effect on insulin production and blood sugar levels.
Health Garden is a company dedicated to your health. We believe that a healthy lifestyle and positive outlook on life go hand in hand. Indeed, our customers’ happiness is our priority, which is why we offer only the highest quality natural, low and zero-glycemic sweeteners.
Xylitol vs. other sweeteners
Monk Fruit: Is extremely sweet it is 150-200 times sweeter than sugar, and consuming too much can cause headaches. A lot of people are turned off by the aftertaste. Monk is relatively new it was recognized by the FDA in 2010, unlike Xylitol Monk doesn’t have many studies examining its effects. In order to make it 1:1 with sugar Monk needs to be blended with other sweeteners usually blended with Erythritol or Allulose which are more of a powder form which makes them different then sugar in texture and flavor.
Stevia: It is 200-300 times sweeter than sugar; it has a bitter aftertaste. Studies show that Stevia may affect the healthy bacteria in your stomach. This can cause intestinal upset such as gas and bloating.
Erythritol: Is often used as a filler to blend Monk fruit and Stevia, it has been linked to blood clotting, stroke and many other cardiovascular problems.
Allulose: Is 70% less sweet than sugar, it’s more of a powder form it doesn’t look like sugar, and consuming high doses of Allulose could lead to side effects like nausea and upset stomach.
Health Garden is the only company that offers high-quality products at affordable prices. We are very strict with FSVP ( Foreign Supplier Vendor Program ) According to SQF guidelines. Our samples are re-tested at a certified lab prior to purchase and re-tested again accordingly to shipment. In comparison to other companies, we are the biggest supplier on the market for Xylitol.
Corn, one of the cheapest, most highly subsidized crops in the world!
The process of making allulose is quite simple in fact.
Extracting the d-fructose from and then treat the fructose with an enzyme that rearranges the molecular structure into d-psicose, otherwise known as allulose.
- table-top sweeteners
- sauces and syrups
- frozen dessert
- dairy and yogurt
- fillings and frostings
- puddings and gelatins