Tag Archives: Palatinose

Low, sustained and slow: A smart strategy for choosing quality carbs

This recorded webinar with Mindy Hermann MBA, RDN offers an excellent opportunity to learn about isomaltulose, its unique health benefits and how it fits into the spectrum of carbohydrates. The webinar was hosted by Today’s Dietitian for one year and it is now available in open access. You can view it following this link.

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Let’s Act NOW to Slow the Type 2 Diabetes Pandemic

By dietitian and diabetes educator, Hope Warshaw, RD, CDE, BC-ADM Consider the staggering stats that capture the worldwide prediabetes and diabetes epidemic makes it obvious how important it is to focus on the quality of carbohydrate-containing foods. Hope describes in her blog that there’s now a new twist to the discussion about high quality sources […]

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Tips for Beverage Choices for Swimmers

An article by Chris Rosenbloom, PhD, RDN, a nutrition professor emerita at Georgia State University gives tips to swimmers for their drink intake and explains isomaltulose (Palatinose™) as carbohydrate providing sustained energy. Read her full article in the USA Swimmings News here.

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