Ultraslastin is recommended as a sweetener in a diet of patients with diabetes mellitus and persons, controlling their weight. It can also be added to drinks.
Sweeteners, contained in Ultraslastin, are selected in such a composition and in such a ratio, so to provide for maximum sweetness coefficient. Cyclamate is a calorie-free sweetener, discovered in 1937 and is 30 times sweeter than sugar. Saccharin is a calorie-free sweetener, used for food and drinks sweetening from the beginning of the 20th cent. and is 200-300-times sweeter than sugar. Acesulfame is a calorie-free sweetener, used since 1967, and is 200 times sweeter than sugar. These sweeteners are taken up in the body either in a very restricted amounts (cyclamate, aspartame) or are not taken up at all (acelsulfame and saccharin) and are directly excreted by the kidneys. Due to their high efficiency and safety they were approved by the Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA) and the EU Scientific Commission on Food and found their application in over 90 countries of the world. When combined, their synergetic effect is increased.
One 0.1 g pill corresponds to the sweetness of 1 teaspoon of sugar.
Ingredients: baking soda, tartaric acid, saccharin, aspartame, acesulfame, potato starch, calcium stearate.
Precautions for Use: take maximum 20 pills a day. It is not recommended for pregnant women, children under 7; children in the age over 7 use the supplement as prescribed. It contains the source of phenylalanine and is not recommended for patients with phenylketonuria.
Form and Presentation: pills 1.0 g N600.
Not a medicine.
Manufacturer: Manufacturing and Trading Company Farmakom Ltd., Kharkiv, Ukraine.