Sugar

A low-GI sugar?

A low-GI sugar?

New tests show that the sugar replacer Isomalt has a very low
glycemic index (GI), well below other sugar substitutes, making it
an attractive option for food companies trying to get healthier,
says its manufacturer Palatinit.

The low-fat watermelon

The low-fat watermelon

A scientist at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem claims to have
developed a less fattening variety of the lycopene-rich watermelon
which is just as sweet as current varieties.

Thirst-quenching honey

Thirst-quenching honey

America's National Honey Board (NHB) has developed a sports
beverage formula which it claims offers the same nutrients as major
branded versions but has a higher level of potassium.

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