HIGH IN DELIGHT, LOW IN GI. SIS LOW GI SUGAR!

Tested Low GI by the glycemic index research unit

Learn more about SIS’s latest Low GI Sugar from its “Better for You” line-up, and the value of its Glycemic Index.

WHAT IS PALATINOSETM AND LOW GI?

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If you have a taste for Low GI, be sure to try SIS Low GI Sugar that’s ideal for beverages, baked goods and even cooked food!

NUTRITIONAL FACTS

Frequently Asked Questions

Our body needs carbohydrates that we break down into glucose for energy. Glycemic Index (GI) indicates how the level of glucose in the blood is affected by the carbohydrates consumed in food.

Food that cause a rapid rise in blood glucose are assigned with higher GI values, while food that cause a gradual rise in blood glucose are assigned with lower GI values.

The Glycemic Index (GI) is the international standard method (ISO 2 6642: 2010) to determine the GI of food.

Low GI food (55 or less) are digested slowly, producing a gradual and relatively low rise in blood glucose.

Food with high GI (70 or more) are digested and absorbed most quickly after consumption, causing a rapid increase in blood glucose, the hormone that the pancreas release into the bloodstream to lower blood glucose to normal range.

High GI diets are reported to be associated with a higher risk of obesity and diabetes.

SIS Low GI Sugar is a blend of cane sugar and PalatinoseTM.
PalatinoseTM (Isomaltulose) is made from sugar beet and originates from an enzymatic rearrangement of the bond between glucose and fructose.
The GI test of SIS Low GI Sugar was conducted in Singapore, by Glycemic Index Research Unit, Temasek Analytical Services Facility, an accredited facility by Singapore Accreditation Council (SAC) for Functional Food Testing Scheme, Glycemic Index Testing, methodology reference ISO 26642:2010.

GI values are measured only by in-vivo testing. It is an analysis of blood glucose levels from blood samples taken within a limited time from study volunteers whom consume a portion of Low GI Sugar and pure glucose on a separate day after an overnight fast.

Yes, it originates from sugar cane and sugar beet.
SIS Low GI Sugar is natural and contains no preservative, no artificial colouring, no flavouring and no chemical. If in doubt, please consult your physician before consuming.
Diabetic patients are on a special-monitor diet. They need to monitor their daily intake of food proportion, including basic daily necessities such as rice, wheat, flour, etc. If in doubt, please consult your physician before consuming.
A teaspoon of SIS Low GI Sugar provides the same energy and properties as a teaspoon of regular white sugar. The recommended serving suggestion is a 1:1 replacement for your current recipe.

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