By Lyn O'Brien-Nabors

ISBN-10: 1439846146

ISBN-13: 9781439846148

The fourth version of Alternative Sweeteners follows a similar formulation because the earlier 3 books through discussing each one sweetener in phrases its features. traits lined contain technique of construction, actual features, software, and relative sweetness (compared to sucrose). Technical features lined comprise admixture power, program, availability, shelf lifestyles, delivery, metabolism, carcinogenicity, and different toxicity assessment information. a brand new bankruptcy at the sweetener Advantame has been additional, and new individuals have up-to-date details in the course of the e-book. additionally new is a piece on how Stevia sweeteners were tested and deemed secure by way of the Joint FAO/WHO specialist Committee on meals ingredients and the U.S. FDA.

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1995; Haertel and Graubaum 1993). Therefore studies carried out in isolated pancreas cells or under laboratory conditions may not be of practical importance, especially as concentrations used in these studies are higher than those resulting from oral ingestion (Fujita et al. 2009; Malaisse et al. 1998; Liang et al. 1987a, 1987b). Acesulfame K is not metabolized by bacteria including Streptococcus mutans and other microorganisms that may contribute to the formation of caries. Acesulfame K was tested in several studies.

Metabolism and Physiological Characteristics Acesulfame K is not metabolized by the human body. To investigate possible metabolic transformations, 14C-labeled acesulfame K was studied in rats, dogs, and pigs. Because animal studies did not show any metabolism, human volunteers were also given labeled acesulfame K. The different animal species, as well as the human volunteers, excreted the original compound. No activity attributable to metabolites was found (Anonymous 1991). Because acesulfame K is excreted completely unmetabolized, it does not have any caloric value.

Stable sweetness with good taste quality is achieved in acesulfame K/sucralose blends. When blending acesulfame K with other intense sweeteners for beverage applications, the blend ratio may depend on different factors, including the flavor or flavor type. Blends of acesulfame K and aspartame (40:60) in orange-flavored beverages have been noted to have time intensity curves of sweetness and fruitiness similar to sucrose-sweetened beverages (Matysiak and Noble 1991). 3 Applications of Acesulfame K Tabletop sweeteners Carbonated soft drinks Noncarbonated soft drinks Squashes and dilutables Fruit nectars Ice teas Herbal infusions Ciders Powdered beverages Instant coffees and teas Flavored milk and whey Cocoas Yoghurts Desserts Rice puddings Ice creams Cakes Cookies Jams Fruit purees Hard candies Soft candies Gum confections Chocolate confections Marzipans Breath mints Chewing gums Pickled vegetables Marinated fish Slimming diets Dietary supplements Toothpastes Mouthwashes Pharmaceuticals 22 ◾ Alternative Sweeteners, Fourth Edition In raspberry-flavored beverages containing natural flavors, 40/60 to 25/75 (acesulfame K/aspartame) blend ratios are considered optimum, whereas beverages with artificial raspberry flavors were found best with blend ratios of 50/50 to 20/80 (Baron and Hanger 1998).

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