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Benefits of Erythritol

According to research, sugar causes problems in the process of the digestive system. One of the major problems is that sugar is being added to almost all the foods produced industrially. Sugar is even added to those foods which you would be assuming as sugar free, for instance bread.


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More Benefits of Erythritol

Erythritol is quite similar to the refined sugar in regard to appearance and the taste, in spite its not that very sweet as compared to the refined sugar. Simply like the refined sugar, you can locate the erythritol in the granulated or even in the powdered forms.


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Advantages of using Erythritol

As know that Erythritol is a natural sugar. It is known as sugar alcohol that is good to use. It is extracted from different fruits, vegetables and also from fermented food items. These natural extracts are sold out in the markets in different forms.


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Knowledge on Erythritol

Do you know what Erythritol is? Do you have knowledge on Erythritol? Are you interested in knowing about it and gain some knowledge on it? So, this is the article where you can know what exactly Erythritol is and can also gain good knowledge on it.


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Benefits and Use of Erythritol

Erythritol is a natural sugar that is widely used. It is known as polyol which the other name given to the sugar alcohol. This sugar alcohol looks like white crystalline powder with natural sweetness. There are many benefits and uses of this natural sugar.


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Other Benefits of Erythritol Sweetener

A polyol that is a sugar alcohol, Erythritol is natural content in most of the fruits like grapes, pears, and melons. Erythritol is also traced in crystalline powders. It has a sweet taste and has multiple benefits for the user.


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 Erythritol (Erythritol)

  A new All-Natural and Noncaloric Bulk Sweetener
Basic Characteristics of Erythritol
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1 , 2 , 3 , 4 - butanetetrol
meso - erythritol
white crystalline powder sweetness is 60 to 70% relative to sucrose non-hygroscopic medium solubility, solutions have a very low viscosity crystallises very easy and fast high freezing point depression and boiling point elevation high negative heat of solution
Chemical/Physical Properties of Erythritol

High stability
high stability in dry state and aqueous solutions
- storage stability
high heat and acid/alkaline stability

Inert material: Erythritol is not a reactive compound
Erythritol is produced with different
particle size distribution / granulometry
- max. 20% <200 m
- max. 5% < 250 m
flowability
Chemical/Physical Properties of Erythritol and other Bulk Sweeteners
Erythritol Xylitol Mannitol Sorbitol Maltitol Isomalt Lactitol Sucrose
 Carbon [n] 4 5 6 6 12 12 12 12
 Molecular Weight 122 152 182 182 344 344 344 342
 Melting Point [C] 121 94 165 97 150 145-150 122 190
 Glass Transition Temp[C] -42 -22 -39 -5 47 34 30 52
 Heat of Solution [cal/g] -43 -36.5 -28.5 -26 -18.9 -9.4 -13.9 -4.3
 Heat Stability [C] >160 >160 >160 >160 >160 >160 >160 160
 Acid/Alkaline Stability [pH] 2-10 2-10 2-10 2-10 2-10 2-10 >3 hydrolyzes
 Viscosity very low very low low median median high very low low
 Hygroscopicity very low high low median median low median median
 Solubility [% w/w at 25] 37 64 20 70 60 25 57 67
Erythritol: An All-Natural Sweetener

Erythritol occurs naturally in many fruits, mushrooms, and in popular fermented foods such as soy sauce, miso, cheese, wine, beer and sake Manufacturing process:
separation of starch from non-GM corn
enzymatic hydrolysis of starch into glucose
fermentation of glucose by a safe and suitable non-GM microorganism Moniliella Pollinis (a yeast-like fungus)
purification, ultrafiltration, crystallisation and drying
white crystals, purity >99.5%
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