Reducose is proven by science
How it works
Reducose turns fast carbohydrates and sugars into slow ones by making it more difficult for your body to digest the carbohydrates. Most sugars and starch are too large to be absorbed into the blood stream so making them more difficult to digest means they pass harmlessly through your GI tract undigested.
Over a series of clinical studies, Reducose has been proven to lower the glycaemic index of common carbohydrates, to lower blood glucose spikes and total blood glucose after eating foods and drinks containing sugar and/or carbohydrates, and to lower blood insulin levels.
Cascade of benefits
By making it more difficult for carbohydrates to get into the body, there are a number of other benefits. Undigested carbohydrates will act like fiber making you feel full for longer. When these carbohydrates enter the colon, they provide food for the good bacteria in the microbiome. As fewer carbohydrate calories are getting into the body, Reducose can help maintain a healthy BMI.
Reducose can be used in a wide range of foods products. Adding Reducose lowers the glycaemic index of the food and the subsequent glycaemic response
Reducose can be added to drinks containing sugar to lower the impact of sugar in drink on the body, whilst retaining the gold-standard sugar taste
Reducose can be added to foods and drinks designed to fill the gaps in individuals that have specific dietary requirements
Reducose can be used on its own or in combination with other ingredients in dietary supplements to help people maintain healthy blood glucose levels
Reducose has been recognised in various international and national awards for its innovative approach to making foods healthier. Read more about these awards, peer-reviewed scientific studies, and national regulatory approvals.
Reducose® awarded the New Power China “Functional Ingredient Innovation Award” at the China Natural Health Industry Conference in Shanghai, 25 October 2018November 16, 2018
UK government identifies Reducose as a novel ingredient that could help prevent diabetesFebruary 24, 2017
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