Alullose: The Sweet Surprise for Blood Sugar Management

resist bars clean ingredient: low glycemic, blood sugar friendly allulose

Hey there, sugar fiends! Are you tired of the constant battle between your sweet tooth and your health goals? Well, worry no more because we've got a secret weapon for you: Allulose! This magical little sweetener not only satisfies your cravings but also plays a fantastic role in keeping your hormones and blood sugar levels in check. So, grab your Resist bar and let's dive into the delightful world of allulose!

 

Blood sugar levels can be a tricky thing to manage, especially if you have a sweet tooth. But worry not, this sweetener doesn't raise your blood sugar levels like table sugar does, making it a perfect choice for those watching their glucose. 

 

But what is allulose?

Allulose is all natural and is present in foods, like figs and raisins. With its low glycemic index and low glycemic load, it does not raise blood sugar or insulin levels, which is great for people who have diabetes, PCOS, and insulin resistance.

 

What are the benefits of allulose?

Even more exciting, studies have found that it lowers blood sugar (Iida 2008), improves insulin resistance and impaired glucose tolerance (Shintani 2017Hossain 2012), and decreases the risk of type 2 diabetes by protecting the insulin-producing beta cells of the pancreas (Hossain 2010).

 

In study testing the long-term effect of taking allulose, researchers found that allulose significantly suppressed blood glucose elevation after a meal (postprandial) in both healthy people and those with prediabetes (Hayaski 2010).

 

Worried about bloating? Allulose has shown to resist fermentation by your gut bacteria, minimizing the likelihood of bloating, gas or other digestive distress (Iida 2010, Matsuo 2003).


With its low-calorie goodness, hormone-friendly nature, blood sugar benefits, and gut-friendly qualities, this little sweetener is a true game-changer.