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List of Common Healthy Low-calorie Sweeteners

List of Common Healthy Low-calorie Sweeteners2021.02.03

Healthy low-calorie sweetener refers to healthy artificial sweeteners such as oligosaccharides, sugar alcohol, dietary fiber products and other substances with special physico-physiological effects. The healthy sugar alternatives mainly have the effect of moisturizing the bowel and laxative.


Healthy low-calorie sweetener is sweeteners that contain few to no calories but have a higher intensity of sweetness per gram than sweeteners with calories—like table sugar, fruit juice concentrates, and corn syrups. Other names for Low-calorie sugar are non-nutritive sweeteners, artificial sweeteners, sugar substitutes.


Healthy low-calorie sweetener features are a highly selective proliferation of bifidobacteria, good heat, and acid stability, difficult to be decomposed by human digestive enzymes, low sweetness, low calories.


Healthy low-calorie sweetener functions are: Improve the function of the intestinal flora, moisturize the intestines, enhance immunity, promote the absorption of minerals, bone health, anti-caries, lower blood lipids.


Low-Calorie Sweetener List


1. Dietary Fiber

Dietary fiber is a kind of polysaccharide, which can neither be digested and absorbed by gastrointestinal tract, nor generate energy.

1) Polydextrose

2) Resistant Dextrin


2. Oligosaccharide

Oligosaccharide is a new product with a wide range of applications and application prospects, which has become quite popular internationally in recent years.

1) Fructo Oligosaccharide

2) Malt Oligosaccharide

3) Xylo-oligosaccharide

4) Galacto-oligosaccharide


3. Sugar Alcohol Series

Sugar alcohols are the reduction of monosaccharides to corresponding polyols by catalytic hydrogenation and sodium borohydride reduction.

1) Crystal Maltitol

2) Xylitol

3) Erythritol

4) Maltitol Syrup


4. Allulose

Allulose, also known as D-psicose, is an epimer of fructose with the same molecular formula as glucose and fructose.

1) Allulose Powder

2) Allulose Syrup



OKCHEM Distribution Project of Resistant dextrin

If you want to join us to be the distribution or partner of our factory for dietary fiber resistant dextrin, please contact us at or directly check online to make the application:

Resistant dextrin is processed from starch and is a low-calorie glucan obtained by saccharification of starch and then fibrosisreaction of liquid sugar and purification. Resistant dextrin belongs to low-molecular and water-soluble dietary fibers. As a low-calorie soluble food raw material, it has a broad development prospect in the food industry.

Related information:

Dietary Fiber is added in OKCHEM Food Additives Distribution Project

Main facts about resistant starch and dietary fiber (soluble and insoluble)

Applications for NuFiber Dietary Fiber Resistant Dextrin

Market situation and expected sales of water soluble dietary fiber products

The advantages of the resistant dextrin produced by our strategic partner factory

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