Clinical study shows zero glycemic effect after consuming PureSweet.
In a recent human study at Glycemic Index Laboratories, PureSweet (Orange line below) is natural and was shown not to increase blood glucose levels.
2012 study Glycemic Index Laboratories.
PureSweet has non-cariogenic properties, which means that it helps fight tooth decay! Research clearly established that the use of erythritol ( PureSweets main ingredient) sweetened foods provides additional help in the battle against tooth decay by significantly decreasing plaque accumulation.
Erythritol like other polyols is resistant to metabolism by oral bacteria which break down sugars and starches to produce acids which may lead to tooth enamel loss and cavities formation. They are, therefore, non-cariogenic. The usefulness of polyols, including erythritol, as alternatives to sugars and as part of a comprehensive program including proper dental hygiene has been recognized by the American Dental Association. The FDA has approved the use of a “does not promote tooth decay” health claim in labeling for sugar-free foods that contain erythritol or other polyols.
The FDA has approved the use of a “does not promote tooth decay” health claim in labeling for sugar-free foods that contain erythritol.