What are
sweet proteins?
Traces of sweet proteins are naturally found in tropical rainforest plants. They are 800 to 3,000x sweeter than sugar but do not increase blood sugar.
Sweet proteins are a perfect choice for diabetic patients and healthy lifestyle supporters: you do not have to give up your favorite sweets
taste, no harm
to your health
We all love sweets: sugar is the easiest and quickest source of energy. Evolution has conditioned made us feel happy as we eat sweets
That is why cutting down on sugar is so difficult, although we all know: that too much sugar is bad. Diabetes and obesity are on the rise, and both are caused by excessive sugar consumption.

Sweet proteins could be the solution. With them, you stay healthy without changing your eating habits. Their taste is similar to sugar but does not trigger an insulin response.
Key Benefits
There are three main types of sweet proteins: brazzein, monellin, and thaumatin. The cost of these proteins extracted from tropical fruits is high, and the yield is low. Researchers all over the world are trying to find a way to make them with biotechnology
What we have already accomplished at Hi-Bio:

The world's first facility to launch a pilot production of sweet proteins
The Hi-Bio R&D team also works on the biotechnological production of such promising sweeteners as rare sugars: tagatose and allulose.
Tagatose and allulose are monosaccharides and natural sweeteners. They have a simple molecular structure similar to that of glucose. Milk and certain fruits are their natural sources.

Rare sugar advantages:
  • Calorie value is half of the sugar value
  • Zero glycemic index
  • Teeth-friendly
  • Slower glucose absorption
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