Palatinose - GymBeam


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Palatinose, also known as isomaltulose, is a carbohydrate that is useful as a source of slowly absorbed energy for athletes. It is also suitable as a sugar alternative. It can be used both as a pre-workout supplement and as a sugar replacement in sweet recipes.

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Palatinose is a slow-absorbing carbohydrate that can be used as a sugar alternative or a source of slow-absorbing energy before or during a workout

Palatinose, also known as isomaltulose, is a slow-absorbing carbohydrate with a sweet flavour. It is used as a preferable alternative to sugar or as a source of gradual-release energy for athletes. With a crystalline structure and white colour, it closely resembles white sugar. Similar to sugar (sucrose), it is disaccharide composed of glucose and fructose. However, unlike sucrose, it is absorbed into the blood more slowly, releasing and providing energy to the body gradually. This is confirmed by its low glycemic index, which is attributed to the different chemical bonds between the monosaccharides glucose and fructose.


Palatinose will be appreciated by athletes and active people, who engage primarily in endurance activities. It is suitable for running, cycling or swimming. To use it as a quality source of energy before training, mix it with water and drink about 30 minutes before the activity. However, you can also use it to replenish energy during a long endurance exercise like a several-hour run or bike ride. The advantage of palatinose is that, due to its slow absorption, it helps to replenish sugar and energy for the muscles gradually throughout the activity. 


You can use this carbohydrate to replace classic white sugar and use it to sweeten foods. It is also suitable for weight loss. In fact, consuming foods containing palatinose instead of other sugars leads to a reduction in the rise in blood glucose (sugar) levels after eating them compared to foods with sugar (sucrose). Interestingly, it also contributes equally to preserving the mineralization of teeth.


The gradual release of energy is also useful when one struggles with feelings of lack of energy or a sweet tooth. If you want to use palatinose as an alternative to sugar, you can add it to your favourite sweet desserts, cakes or crepes and other sweet recipes. It's also good for flavouring tea, coffee and other beverages.


Palatinose is a versatile addition to both the kitchen and an athlete's diet, aiding in the achievement of sports and healthy lifestyle goals more easily.


Palatinose - GymBeam


Palatinose & its benefits

  • also known as isomaltulose
  • a disaccharide composed of glucose and fructose 
  • has a crystalline structure and white colour 
  • slowly absorbed
  • has a low glycemic index
  • delivers energy to the body gradually
  • suitable as an alternative to sugar
  • suitable for weight loss
  • helps limit blood sugar spikes
  • contributes to the preservation of tooth mineralization
  • ideal as a source of slow-absorbing sugar for athletes
  • should be taken before and during training
  • suitable for runners, cyclists, swimmers and other endurance athletes
  • can be added to sweet dishes and desserts
  • suitable for sweetening beverages



Palatinose™ (isomaltulose - a source of glucose and fructose).


Recommended use

Mix 1-2 scoops (20-40 g) with 250-500 ml of water. Take once daily.


Nutrition facts

Nutritional values 100 g 40 g (1 serving) *RDI
Energy value 1615 kJ/ 380 kcal 646 kJ/ 152 kcal 8 %
Fats 0 g 0 g 0 %
  - of which saturated fatty acids 0 g 0 g 0 %
Carbohydrates 95 g 38 g 15 %
  - of which sugars 95 g 38 g 42 %
Protein 0 g 0 g 0 %
Salt 0 g 0 g 0 %

*Recommended daily intake of an average adult (8400 kJ/ 2000 kcal).



Do not exceed the recommended daily intake. This product is not a substitute for a varied and balanced diet. The product is not intended for children, pregnant and lactating women. Keep out of reach of small children. Store in a dry place out of direct sunlight at room temperature.

Allergen information: May contain traces of gluten, soy and milk.

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