Diabliss

What if diabetics could enjoy food without limitations? Diabliss saw the potential to find a sweet solution to this bitter problem. An innovative herbal mixture was created that miraculously reduced the glycemic index of cane sugar from 65 to less than 50! Thus, the world’s first low GI sugar was born in India – a nation with an unapologetic sweet tooth.

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What is Diabliss Sugar?

Diabliss Sugar is a cane sugar to which a herbal extract water is added.  The herbal extract is made from commonly used herbs and spices.  The water based herbal extract is colorless, odorless and tasteless.  The extract is made with 0% chemicals or solvents.  The herbal extract has insulin like properties which help blood glucose to gets absorbed rapidly once blood glucose levels start to rise.  The herbal extract also slows down the breakdown of sugar into blood glucose so that diabetics can safely consume this sugar.

More details on Diabliss Sugar maybe found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kBVZShio7Tg&t=6s&ab_channel=DiablissIndia

What is Glycemic Index?

The glycemic index (or GI) is a ranking of carbohydrates on a scale from 0 to 100 according to the extent to which they raise blood sugar (glucose) levels after eating. Foods with a high GI are those which are rapidly digested, absorbed and metabolized and result in marked fluctuations in blood sugar (glucose) levels. Low GI carbohydrates – the ones that produce smaller fluctuations in your blood glucose and insulin levels – is one of the secrets to long-term health, reducing your risk of type 2 diabetes and heart disease. It is also one of the keys to maintaining weight loss.

 

Foods with a GI value of less than 55 are classified as low GI foods.  Foods with GI value from 55 to 70 are classified as intermediate GI foods and foods whose GI is greater than 70 are classified as high GI foods.

 

More details of GI may be found in the following video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mZFHRzFiGLo&ab_channel=DiablissIndia

What is Glycemic Load?

The glycemic load (GL) of food is a number that estimates how much the food will raise a person’s blood glucose level after eating it. One unit of glycemic load approximates the effect of eating one gram of glucose.[1] Glycemic load accounts for how much carbohydrate is in the food and how much each gram of carbohydrate in the food raises blood glucose levels. Glycemic load is based on the glycemic index (GI), and is calculated by multiplying the grams of available carbohydrate in the food by the food’s glycemic index, and then dividing by 100.

 

More details on Glycemic Load may be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dxsEoG7bAos&ab_channel=DiablissIndia

What are benefits of low GI foods?

For diabetes: All of the evidence-based recommendations for the management of diabetes from the major diabetes organizations around the world (the American Diabetes Association; Canadian Diabetes Association and Diabetes UK for example) now advise people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes to use the GI or GL as part of the nutritional management of their condition.

 

For gestational diabetes: In their recently released guidelines, Initiative on gestational diabetes mellitus: A pragmatic guide for diagnosis, management, and care, the International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics have recently recommended a focus on lower GI foods. “Low GI diets are associated with less frequent insulin use and lower birth weight than in control diets, suggesting that it is the most appropriate dietary intervention to be prescribed to patients with GDM,” they say.

 

For cholesterol: An analysis of 28 randomized controlled trials provided high-level evidence that high-fiber, low GI diets can significantly reduce total and LDL cholesterol levels, independent of weight loss.

 

For weight maintenance: The Diogenes study from Europe found that a moderately high protein, low GI diet is the best for longer-term weight management.

 

More details on benefits of low GI foods may be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VMnZDzu9Cqo&t=3s&ab_channel=DiablissIndia

Is Diabliss Sugar a Sugar Free product?

Diabliss Sugar is not an artificial sweetener or sugar free product.  Diabliss sugar is cane sugar that has been fortified with proprietary herbal extracts derived from food grade herbs and spices which lower the blood sugar rise.  In fact, Diabliss Sugar is devoid of chemicals and solvents.

How can I consume Sugar when I am a diabetic?

The glycemic index of cane sugar is 65.  Diabliss was successful in lowering the GI of cane sugar by about 30% to 46, making it a low GI food.  Low GI foods are recommended for diabetics and pre-diabetics, as well as wellness conscious consumers.  Diabliss Sugar has been tested among type 2 diabetics in two human clinical trials and found to be safe and effective.  In fact, today over 100,000 consumers, 80% of which are diabetics from all over India, France, USA< Caribbean Islands, Malaysia and Mauritius are safely consuming Diabliss Sugar

Details of Diabliss Sugar human clinical trials may be found here:  (scientific validations)

Can I use Diabliss Sugar in sweets?

Diabliss Sugar is a drop-in replacement for cane sugar.  It processes the same way as normal sugar.  Diabliss sugar can be used to make all sweets, beverages, baked goods and can also be used by every one at home as it delivers benefits from the herbs and spices.  Diabliss Sugar tends to sweeten upon cooking by increasing the sensation of sweetness in the tongue.  Most sweets require 25-35% lower sugar use versus using normal cane sugar.  For more information on sweetness increase in Diabliss Sugar, please watch this video: (Sweetness Increase video)

Has Diabliss Sugar been clinically tested?

Diabliss has undertaken a pharma like testing process to ensure Diabliss Sugar is safe and effective.  This includes animal toxicity studies, followed by two human clinical trials to ensure the product is safe for diabetics.  Diabliss toxicity studies established a GRAS (Generally Regarded as Safe) ranking of 5 which is the highest safety ranking.  Human clinical studies among 100 type 2 diabetics consuming Diabliss Sugar for 90 days indicated the product was safe and showed tendency to lower long-term blood glucose levels as measured by Glycated Hemoglobin, HbA1c.

For more details on toxicity studies, please see: (scientific validations/toxicity study)

For more details on human clinical trials, please see: (human clinical trials)

Can I use Diabliss Sugar for the entire family?

Yes, Diabliss Sugar and all Diabliss products can be used for the entire family and not just diabetics in the family.  Healthy management of blood glucose levels are very important for diabetics and pre-diabetics.  Even normal healthy population can get benefitted from consuming low GI foods as they deliver lipids lowering and weight management benefits.

What are differences between Diabliss Sugar and Artificial Sweeteners?

Artificial Sweeteners are chemically processed to give a sensation of sweetness in the tongue.  All artificial sweeteners have bitter after taste.  When used in Sweets or baked goods the foods normally exhibit poor texture.  For example, when artificial sweeteners are used in cookies and other baked goods, the texture is poor and has a chalk like texture as there is no sugar to caramelize.  On the other hand, Diabliss Sugar delivers all the benefits of cane sugar in terms of taste and texture but provides low blood sugar rise properties to foods.

There is also increasing evidence of serious health issues among long term consumers of artificial sweeteners.