Allulose

What is Allulose?

Allulose is a non-GMO compound found in figs, raisins, maple syrup, and other foods. It is classified by the Food and Drug administration as a carbohydrate, but it is not a sugar or sugar alcohol. Furthermore, while it is highly similar to sugar in taste and texture (making it delicious), its impact on the body is entirely different. Sugar metabolizes into blood glucose, yet allulose has next-to-no blood glucose impact because humans lack the enzymes needed to break it down. In other words, allulose is Mother Nature’s ultimate sugar alternative!


Allulose by the Numbers

0 net carbs

meaning no afternoon crash.

1/10th the calories

of table sugar.

0 Glycemic Index

(blood sugar impact).

Up to 100%

is un-metabolized.