Pulmoll uses ISOMALT for ist sugar-free product range. It is ideal for people who love lozenges but want or have to avoid products that contain sugar.
ISOMALT is a natural product and the world’s only sugar substitute that is manufactured entirely from beet sugar. It possesses unique attributes and tastes more like sugar than any other sugar substitute.
ISOMALT pastilles dissolve slower than sugar-based products – therefore, Pulmoll pastilles have a longer time to unfold their beneficial effect and simply taste better longer.
Tooth friendly, calorie-reduced
ISOMALT, worldwide the number one ingredient in sugar-free lozenges, is absolutely tooth friendly because the bacteria in the mouth cannot use it as a nutrient. Consequently, fewer tooth-damaging acids can be formed.
Despite the fact that ISOMALT replaces sugar at a ratio of 1:1, ISOMALT products have a significantly lower energy value than products containing sugar. This is because this unique sugar substitute is not absorbed by the body to the same extent as sugar and therefore provides only about half as much energy value.
With an extremely low glycemic index (unit of measurement for determining the blood sugar curve) of 2, it has virtually no impact on blood sugar level and is perfectly suited to health-conscious consumers.
Steviol glycosides from the Stevia plant.
Pulmoll sugar-free contain isomalt instead of sugar and thus contribute to the
maintenance of tooth mineralization.
A varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle are important for your well-being.
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