What are polyols?

Polyol Molecule
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Polyols, also known as sugar-alcohols, are a group of naturally sweet carbohydrates found in several plants, stone fruits, vegetables, and plant fibres. Polyols are commonly used to replace sugar in many sugar-free foods, toothpaste, and diabetic confections; some are formulated for use in pharmaceutical products. Sugar alcohols offer several physiological benefits, such as reducing the glycaemic response after eating, preventing tooth decay, supporting a healthy blood glucose level and assisting in weight management due to their low-calorie count. Although sweet-tasting, they are sugar-free; this is a confusing dynamic to understand!

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Find Your Synergy

Synergy RangeI’m delighted to announce that our complete Synergy Range is now available! Arising out of 17 years of experience and observations, the AllisOne Synergy Range is  designed for ease of use. The Immuno Synergy and Rescue Synergy have been well received since their introduction in May 2011, and we are sure their siblings will delight you too!

Within the Synergy Range are the basics of systemic care of the body, and they are ideal to use as tonics to maintain wellness: Continue reading Find Your Synergy