Little sweetener


By Barry Fox A sweet alternative to sugar that can delay the onset of diabetes is being patented by British Sugar of Peterborough (GB 2353933/4). Trehalose is a disaccharide and occurs naturally in many plants. It tastes sweet and the company’s researchers found that the body absorbs large doses very slowly. If cakes, sweets, ketchup and chocolate are made using half trehalose and half sugar, they still taste sweet without overstimulating the body’s production of insulin. This reduces the risk, or postpones the onset, of type 2 diabetes, which mainly affects older,
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