Transform has a unique enzyme discovered in plants that takes sugar and converts it into fiber. More specifically, the enzyme, we call it Glucose Converting Enzyme (GCE), has two steps. The first step is to take sucrose (a disaccharide or two sugar molecules, in this case glucose and fructose) and cleaves the bond between glucose and fructose. The second step is to take the glucose molecule and link it to another glucose molecule making a long polysaccharide chain called alpha glucan. Alpha-glucan is a fiber that appears to have prebiotic benefits. We think most of this mechanism is taking place in the intestinal tract but there is much more work to be done on the enzyme and the product itself.... Learn more about Transform!