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A Bosenbio sweetener is actually a food additive with a sweet taste, and sweeteners do not affect our blood sugar levels. Many beverages require only a small amount of sweetener to achieve good results.

The advantages of sweeteners are mainly in five areas. The chemical properties of sweeteners are stable, not easy to decomposition failure phenomenon, and the scope of application is relatively wide. Second, do not participate in the body's metabolism. Most of the high sweeteners by mouth after ingestion of the original excreted out of the body, do not provide energy, suitable for people, the population and the elderly and other special consumer groups that need to control energy and carbohydrate intake. Third, the sweetness is higher, generally more than 50 times the sweetness of sucrose, some reach hundreds or thousands of times. Fourth, the price is cheap, the price under the same sweetness conditions is lower than sucrose. Fifthly, it is not a suitable substrate for oral microorganisms and will not cause tooth decay.

What Is The Difference Between Artifical Sweeteners And Sugar?

  • 1

    Artificial sweeteners are a class of organic compounds that are widely used as synthetic or semi-synthetic substitutes for sucrose in foods, beverages, medications and personal care products. Since most artificial sweeteners are barely converted by the body, they are known as calorie-free sugars.

  • 2

    For choosing drinks and eats with sweetness, those containing artificial sweeteners are a little more friendly than those containing sugar. Because the calories of artificial sweeteners are relatively the lowest, the impact on blood sugar levels is also the smallest. 

  • 3

    Intake of ordinary sugar has led to an increasing number of people with high blood sugar, high blood pressure, diabetes and other symptoms. Artificial sweeteners used, and at the time were only used for diabetics. As the standard of living of human beings improved, the problem of obesity received more attention and artificial sweeteners appeared and were more widely used. 1950 to 1980, sweetener and aspartame gradually appeared in people's lives, after which new sweeteners such as sucralose, acesulfame, neotame and NHDC took an increasing share in the consumer market.

Uses for Sweeteners

Artificial sweeteners are widely used in processed foods, including

  • Soft drinks, powdered drink mixes and other beverages

  • Bakery products

  • Confectionery

  • Puddings

  • Canned foods

  • Jams and jellies

  • Dairy products

  • Artificial sweeteners are also very popular for home use. Some can even be used in baking or cooking

Some recipes may need to be modified because, unlike sugar, artificial sweeteners do not provide volume or bulk. Check the labels of artificial sweeteners for suitability for home use.

Some artificial sweeteners may leave an aftertaste. Different artificial sweeteners or combinations may be more appealing.

Uses for Sweeteners
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