- Low GI carbohydrates
- Extended energy supply
- Ideal for long-term workouts
- regulates blood sugar levels
- Palatinose® (Isomaltulose)
- Neutral taste
- Can be used as a sweetener
What is Palatinose?
HSN Raw Series Palatinose is a type of carbohydrate derived from sugar but with a peculiar characteristic: its low glycemic index.
What are the properties of Palatinose?
The glycemic index is a feature that specifies how a carbohydrate stimulates the release of insulin. Possessing a very low rate, this hormone will be gradually released into the bloodstream and glycose supply will be steady.
Palatinose will therefore be very interesting for those who need a long-lasting energy supply.
It also can be combined with other sources of carbohydrates with various stages of assimilation such as Amylopectin, Dextrose, or Maltodextrin. Similarly you can mix it with amino-acids or proteins.
Who can benficiarse of Palatinose?
Ideal to take over prolonged physical activities and maintain glycogen stores.
It can also be a good option to take 60 minutes before the beginning of a competition or training due to its low glycemic index.