Is Allulose Keto Friendly?

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0:00 Is allulose keto-friendly?
0:10 Benefits of allulose
1:20 Key takeaways
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In this video, we’re going to talk about allulose. Is allulose keto-friendly?

Allulose is a sugar alcohol. I happen to really like allulose. Here’s why.

Allulose has 70% of the sweetness of sugar. It’s similar to erythritol in that it has a cool sensation but not quite as potent.

Your body cannot metabolize allulose, which means you can’t use it as fuel. Because of this, it is a zero on the glycemic index—which means it does not affect your blood sugars (like erythritol). It is a zero on the insulin index as well.

Allulose also inhibits certain carb and sugar enzymes. This means that some sugars and carbohydrates won’t break down, and they will simply pass through you without significantly altering your blood sugars.

Allulose resists fermentation, which helps you reduce bloating and gas.

Two studies show that allulose helps increase insulin sensitivity and type 2 diabetes. It also helps prevent weight gain in lab studies.

Overall, allulose is a great sugar substitute while on keto. Give it a try and let me know what you think in the comments below.

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Thanks for watching. I hope this helped clear up the benefits of allulose on keto. I’ll see you in the next video.
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