Thursday, June 26, 2008

A New Sweetener for Weight Loss, Weight Management, and Diabetes

Diet is an important part of any weight loss or weight management program. This is true for non-surgical and surgical programs. Therefore, any supplement, especially a sugar supplement, can be of help to a person trying to adhere to a diet.

In a resent press release, Supervision Entertainment Inc (SVET-O), based in Edmonton, Canada, indicated that it had signed an agreement with one of the largest sugar companies to evaluate SVET-O's FDA approved sweetener.

We contacted Supervision about the sweetener. The company told us that they could not comment on the sweetener at this time, because the company is currently "under a non disclosure agreement." However, the company did tell us that it would contact us with information about the sweetener in the future.

Because we don't have detailed test results associated with the product, we can only speculate about its usefulness. However, we believe this sweetener could improve a person's ability to adhere to a weight loss or weight management diet. And the sweetener could be a godsend for those with diabetes.

The press review reported that the sweetener tastes and looks like honey. The sweetener is made from products such as corn and wheat. And since the sweetener is not digested by the body, the sweetener does not enter the blood stream.

Thus, ingesting the sweetener does not cause a glucose increase. Hence, the sweetener does not have the negative effect on people with diabetes that many sweeteners do.

This sweetener deserves the investigation of those interested in weight loss and weight maintenance. And the sweetener may be of great significance to those suffering from diabetes. Thus, bariatric or weight loss centers should investigate this sweetener.


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