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Palatose (isomaltulose)

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Palatinose is a low glycemic index (IG 32) sugar, which makes it an optimal source of carbohydrates in the athlete's diet, with many more preferred players than dextrose, maltodextrin or fructose.

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Weight net. 1000g.; 2,96 pln/100g.

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Palatinose (sometimes called isomaltulose), sometimes called dietary sugar, is a natural disaccharide consisting of glucose and fructose molecules linked by α-1,6-glycosidic bonds. Naturally occurring in honey and cane sugar, zomaltulose is characterized by a low glycemic index (IG = 32), which means that the human body digests it about five times slower than white sugar, which in turn prevents rapid blood glucose jumps and consequently prevents unnecessary tissue growth. fat.

Because of its palatinose properties (as well as alulose) is classified as a group of so-called. dietary sugars - low calorie carbohydrates and / or low carbohydrate content. Isomaltulose is used in finished protein blends as a sweetener (has a peridot of white sugar candy) and a source of slowly released carbohydrates - such a role is, for example, in the Ostrovit protein ice cream. The most important advantage of isomaltulose as a sweetener, in addition to the low calcula- tion index, is neutral taste - isomaltulose is slightly less sweet than sugar, but tastes like sugar and leaves no taste in the mouths characteristic of synthetic sweeteners.

Isomaltulose was discovered in 1950 in Germany (trade name Palatinose ™ originates from the historic German Palatinate), having examined its properties since 1985. It has been successfully applied in Japan since 2005 in the European Union since 2006 in the USA. In Australia and New Zealand since 2007

Isomaltulose - wonderful sugar

Just like sucrose (table sugar), isomaltulose is digested into glucose and fructose in digestion. Between isomaltulose and table sugar is one major difference in intermolecular binding; In table sugar it is an α1-2 binding (weaker binding, organism is faster to digest), and in islaltulose α1-6 9 Stronger binding, digestion requires more time. This insignificant difference for the layman is of great practical importance to the way in which this ingredient is treated by the human (and animal) organism, all of which differ in favor of isomaltulose compared to other sources of carbohydrates:

  • slow digestion; Isomaltulose is digested slowly, gradually releasing carbohydrates into the blood. This prevents large amounts of glucose from being released into the bloodstream and associated insulin secretions, prevents hunger, and in the long run, by helping glycogen stores manage to prevent the growth of adipose tissue. Isomaltulose is a good alternative to sugar in people suffering from insulin resistance and diabetes (type 2 diabetes).
  •     carbohydrate source during exercise; Carbohydrates are the best source of energy during intense physical activity; After exhausting glycogen stores in the muscles and liver, the body needs an external source of carbohydrates and gradually releasing glucose isomaltulose is an excellent source of carbohydrates during long-term exercise.
  •     fat burning; Excess adipose tissue is theoretically a good source of energy - theoretically, because energy stored in the form of fat is hardly accessible to the body. One known inhibitor of fat metabolism is insulin, whose excess causes an increase in body fat growth. Low glycemic index IG carbohydrates, which do not cause insulin overload, stimulate the body to reach fat (fat burning) energy reserves - one of the mechanisms of low glycemic weight loss to lose weight. However, most low-GI carbohydrates (xylitol, maltitol, eryrol) are not a good source of carbohydrates because they have a very high fiber content - unlike them, isomaltulose has low IG and is a good source of energy in the form of long-term glucose. Isomaltulose has properties that increase the utilization of energy from adipose tissue by the body physically active - this means that Palatinose facilitates athletes' energy from adipose tissue and, at the same time, the same mechanism can promote fat loss in overweight individuals.
  •     isotonic drinks; palatinose ™ exhibits far better acidic stability than table sugar; This is particularly important for isotonic and hypotonic drinks that usually have a pH of <3. With its isomaltulose properties it is possible to maintain osmolality with a full hydration effect.

Use of isomaltulose in protein carbohydrates:

  • variant I: 450ml of egg white liquid, 200ml of skim milk, 50g of isomaltulose, optionally food flavor to taste
  • option II: 25g protein protein, 200g liquid egg protein, 40g ground oatmeal, 25g palatinose, 10ml coconut oil, water - to achieve optimum density
  • variant III: 30g protein nutrient, 150g liquid egg white, 30g ground oatmeal, 30g palatinose, 2 tablespoons peanut butter, 200ml milk
Porcja 15 g W 100 g
Energy value
kcal 54.00  kcal 360.00  kcal
Energy value 226.26 1,508.40
Fats, 0.00 0.00
Saturated fats 0.00 0.00
Trans fats
Monounsaturated fats
Polyunsaturated fats
Carbohydrates, 14.25 95.00
sugars 14.25 95.00
polyols 0.00 0.00
Protein 0.00 0.00
Fiber 0.00 0.00
Sodium 0.00 0.00
Salt equivalent 0.00 0.00

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Palatose (isomaltulose)

Net weight: 1kg

Ingredients: 100% palatinose

Isomaltulose is a glucoside and fructose disulguide

Allergens: Possible presence of allergens from products processed in the same plant: Cereals, including gluten, fish and molluscs, nuts including peanuts, soya, milk, mustard and sesame

Nutritional information per 100g: energy 1650kJ / 360kcal, fat 0g (including saturated fatty acids 0g) 95 g carbohydrates (including sugars 95g), protein 0g, salt 0g

Country of origin: Germany

Manufacturer: BENEO GmbH, Maximilianstrasse 10, 68165 Mannheim (Germany)

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