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Sucralose CAS NO.56038-13-2

Sucralose CAS NO.56038-13-2

Product Description Sucralose was discovered in 1976 by scientists from Tate & Lyle, working with researchers Leslie Hough and Shashikant Phadnis at Queen Elizabeth College (now part of King’s College London). While researching ways to use sucrose and its synthetic derivatives for industrial use, Phadnis was told to “test” a chlorinated sugar compound. Phadnis thought Hough asked him to “taste” it, so he did. He found the compound to be exceptionally sweet.T...

What are the important functions and effects of kiwifruit?

What are the important functions and effects of kiwifruit?

The efficacy and effect of kiwifruit Kiwifruit is rich in carbohydrates, vitamins and trace elements. In particular, the content of vitamin C and vitamin A folic acid is high. The content of vitamin C is about ten times that of apples. Known as “the king of vitamin C.” It also contains a variety of amino acids, such as glutamic acid and arginine, which can be used as brain neurotransmitters to promote growth hormone secretion. 1. Reduce cholesterol Eating its skin is the best cho...

What is stachyose?

What is stachyose?

What is stachyose? Stachyose is a naturally occurring tetrasaccharide, a functional oligosaccharide. Promote the beneficial bacteria’s proliferation. Pure product is white powder, slightly sweet, sweetness is 22% of sucrose, pure taste, without any bad taste or odor. Its molecular structure: “galactose-galactose-glucose-fructose”. Stachyose has a significant proliferative effect on the beneficial bacteria. Like bifidobacteria and lactobacilli in the human gastrointestinal tr...