A new glycaemic response white paper from Tate & Lyle explores the role food manufacturers can play in developing products that help consumers manage blood glucose while following dietary guidelines.
Given public health concerns surrounding the high incidence of diabetes and metabolic syndrome, managing blood glucose is very important. Tate & Lyle has published a white paper which explores the diabetes epidemic, dietary interventions and the role food manufacturers can play in developing products to help consumers manage blood glucose. It also looks at how Tate & Lyle’s innovative ingredients, such as fibres, rare sugars, and low and non-nutritive sweeteners, can help address glycaemic response in food and beverage products.
Dr. Kavita Karnik, VP Global Nutrition at Tate & Lyle, said: “We believe people should be able to make healthy food and drink choices by having access to low calorie, low sugar and high fibre options. That’s why we have a range of ingredients that food and beverage producers can use to make the products that, ultimately, could help prevent or manage incidences of Type II diabetes around the globe. We partner with our customers to help them not only achieve great tasting foods and beverages, but also to improve lives, and helping to prevent Type II diabetes with our ingredients is just one way we’re doing this.”