Based on the guidance by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA), people of all ages can enjoy allulose in moderate amounts. Food and beverage manufacturers are required to formulate only at the allowed levels across a number of categories. This means that consumers are extremely unlikely to over-consume allulose over the course of a day. This is similar to many other food ingredients.
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