Allulose is not artificial sugar.
Allulose is a rare type of sugar that exists in small quantities in jackfruit, figs, raisins, and maple syrup. It has a very similar taste and texture as sugar, with no funky aftertaste.
Sweetness so good, you’ll never feel like you're missing out.
The only thing missing are the seismic spikes and valleys in your blood sugar levels and all the bodily chaos and harm that ensues from consuming sugar.
Net Carbs? No worries.
Because allulose is technically a sugar the FDA requires allulose to be listed as part of the Total Carbohydrate on food labels, but not as a sugar.
Long story short, it does not contribute to the “Net Carbohydrates” when considering its dietary impact.