Erythritol, white crystals, slightly sweet, with a relative sweetness of 0.65, has a cooling sensation, and has a low calorific value, which is about one-tenth of that of sucrose. Dissolved in water (37%, 25°C). Because of its low solubility, it is easy to crystallize. Used in organic synthesis and biochemical research.
Made from wheat, corn and other starches through safe and appropriate food-grade hyperosmophilic yeasts such as Moniliella pllinis, Candida lipolytica or Tricho sporonoides megachilensis at high concentrations ( >450g/L) After enzymatic fermentation, the fermented mash is heat sterilized and filtered, then purified by ion exchange resin, activated carbon and ultrafiltration, crystallized, washed and dried. The general yield is about 50%.
1.Erythritol help curb your carb intake and itis virtually calorie- and carb-free. That makes it a better option for satisfying your sweet tooth compared to sugar, if you have diabetes or are on a low-carb diet.
2.Erythritol can help you reach your weight loss goals. It can cut your calorie intake, making it easier to lose body weight.
3.Erythritol can help your oral health. It doesn’t contribute to tooth decay or cavities. erythritol inhibits the growth of a specific type of oral bacteria (Streptococcus mutans) known to be associated with cavities.
4.Erythritol has no effect on either blood sugar or insulin levels, whereas other sugar alcohols significantly reduce the rise in blood sugar and insulin response when consumed.
Erythritol is used in food as sugar substitute in Milk, Joghurt, Ice cream, Cheese, Cakes, Biscuits, Pastries, Kaugummi, Hard candies, Soft candies, Jelly, Protein powder, Chewable Tablets, Oral liquid.
Erythritol is used in diet soft drinks, flavored waters and milks, sports drinks, smoothies, iced teas, frozen beverages and soy-based beverages. Carbonated beverage, Non-carbonated beverage, Dairy drinks.
Erythritol is used in Color Cosmetics, Deodorants, Hair Care, Oral Care, Skin Care, Soap and Bath Products.