Publications

 
 

“Scientific research has been confirming that Non Centrifugal Sugars (evaporated sugar cane juice) has multiple health effects but it is still outside the current focus on functional foods and nutraceuticals. Forty-six academic publications have been identified which reports them." 

Source: Jaffe. Health effects of Non Centrifugal Sugars (NCS). 2012

 
 

There has been a significant number of independent published papers on the potential benefits of the composition of nutrients contained in less refined, less processed carbohydrates made from natural sugar canes. 

Here are a selection of papers which are available for downloading and review. If you need more information you can contact us on info@nutritioninnovationgroup.com

 
 
 

Heath effects of non-centrifugal sugars: A review.

Walter R. Jaffe. 2012

 
 
 

Anti-diabetes and anti-hypertension potential of commonly consumer carbohydrate sweetness using in vitro models.

Ranilla, Kwon, Genovese, Lajolo and Shetty. 2007

 
 
 

Flavonoid inhibition of Sodium-Dependent Vitamin V Transporter 1 (SVCT1) and Glucose Transporter Isoform 2 (GLUT2), intestinal transporters for vitamin c and glucose.

Song, Kwon, Chen, Daruwalat, Eck, Park and Levine. 2002

 
 

Inhibition of the intestinal glucose transporter GLUT2 by flavonoids. 

Kwon, Eck, Chen, Corpe, Lee, Kruhlak and Levine. 2006