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Science Of Sweetness

Glycemic Research Institute® Research, Development, and Expertise


Metabolic Impact of Sweet Glycosides: Isolated Glycosides from Plants

Glycemic Impact of Sweet Plant Glycosides in Humans
Diabetic Impact of Sweet Plant Glycosides in Humans
Utility of Sweet Glycosides in Foods & Beverages
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GLYCOSIDE RESEARCH FOR 3 DECADES: Human Glycemic & Metabolic Response

Glut Pathways of Monk Fruit in the Gut-Brain Axis

Monk Fruit & Its Natural Glycosides (Mogrosides)

Steviol Glycosides

(Extracted from the Stevia plant)

Glycemic Research Institute® scientists were the first to bring Monk Fruit into the United States and to conduct Clinical Trials on Monk Fruit and its Glycosides.


Monk Fruit Cucurbitane-T triterpene Mogroside Glycosides: Glycemic Impact, Metabolic Impact, Sweetening Level of the variated glycosides, Blood Glucose Response of Monk Fruit glycosides, Diabetic Impact of Monk Fruit glycosides, Glut Pathways of Monk Fruit in the Gut-Brain Axis, Utilization of Monk Fruit glycosides in foods & beverages (extensive testing in humans by GRI.)

BRIX LEVEL (sweetness):

310 times sweeter than table sugar (sucrose)

SPECIES: Plant - Siraitia Grosvenorii (grown in China)

  • Mogroside-III (MIII)   

  • Mogroside-IVA (MIVA)    

  • Mogroside-IV (MIV)   

  • Mogroside-V (MV)

  • Iso-mogroside V (IMV)

  • 11-oxomogroside-V (OMV)

  • Siamenoside I (SI)

For more information and utilization of sweet plant glycosides in food & beverages, including Legal Claims

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