Scientists claim a low – calorie sugar made from bacteria in fruit and milk ; beneficial for diabetics
Researchers from Tufts University of America claim, it contains only 38% calories compared to normal sugar.
Scientists named it tagatose, claim; Side effects not found in trial
Scientists have made sugar from fruits and milk products with the help of bacteria, which contains only 38% calories compared to normal sugar. This sugar is called tagatose. Researchers from Tufts University in the US say that so far no side effects have been reported from this sugar. Tagatose has received approval from the US food regulator FDA.
1) The risk of cavity in the teeth will decrease
Scientists say that sugar can also be beneficial for people suffering from diabetes. Along with this, apart from normal sugar, there is no possibility of cavity in the teeth due to the use of this sugar. Tufts University Assistant Professor Nikhil Nair and his colleague Joseph Bober have discovered a way to make this sugar.
According to research published in the journal Nature Communication, it is time to start mass production but after some time it will be available in supermarkets. Special enzymes are used to prepare it and tagazote is prepared from galactose. At 50 degree temperature up to 85 percent tagatose can be prepared.