REDUCING PROCESSED SUGAR DEPENDENCY
Miracle fruit is a practical tool to gradually reduce sugar dependency.
Many people try to reduce their intake of 'discretionary foods' (foods which don't play a role in healthy eating). Most of these foods and drinks are high in processed sugar, which is not healthy.
Try Miracle fruit as a sweetener instead;
Then add lemon juice to a glass of water, the taste will be very sweet. A healthier choice compared to a 600ml soft drink, containing around 13 teaspoons of sugar.
Make unsweetened yoghurt taste sweet. One serving of unsweetened yoghurt has 2g of sugar compared to sweetened yoghurt with 12g.
Try a Miracle fruit and the eat some strawberries the taste is amazingly sweet, instead of 30g of processed sugar in a chocolate bar.
Have a fruit smorgasbord with Miracle fruit.
Behind the scenes in Food Manufacturing, R&D teams have been searching for safer sweeteners.
Kraft-Heinz-backed ventures currently fund Evolv Ventures invested in Oobli (formally known as Joywell and Miraculex).
Check out Oobli's website.
Read about Oobli's sweet protein development.
Safety evaluation of oubli fruit sweet protein (brazzein) derived from Komagatella phaffi, intended for use as a sweetener in food and beverages.
THE COCA-COLA COMPANY
The Coca-Cola Company in Atlanta has been involved with Oobli (Miraculex) in a peer-reviewed toxicology study on Miraculin (the taste-modifying protein in Miracle fruit).
A International patent (including Australia) has been filed by The Coca-Cola Company to improve taste for stevia sweetened beverages with Miracle fruit.
Note to Reader: The above sections are intended as a general introduction to the future of Miracle fruit and should not be seen as a substitute for medical, legal or financial advice. Relevant advice to your specific situation should be obtained by from appropriate healthcare professionals.