ORGANIC COCONUT SUGAR: LOW GLYCEMIC NATURAL SUGAR SUBSTITUTE
HEALTHY SUGAR ALTERNATIVE
WHY SHOULD ORGANIC COCONUT SUGAR BE A PART OF MY ANTI CANCER KITCHEN ARSENAL?
Organic Coconut Sugar is not only naturally low in its glycemic index, but it also has essential nutrients missing in every other sweetener. Traditionally present in East Asian culinary heritage and herbal medicine, coconut sugar has a glycemic index rating of only 35, compared to honey's GI rating of 55, and cane sugar's GI rating of 68. In addition to having a very low glycemic index, coconut sugar is rich in essential nutrients found in no other sweetener, including sugar or honey.
Organic coconut sugar is high in potassium, magnesium, zinc, and iron. It is also a natural source of vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6, and C.
NO HARMFUL INGREDIENTS OR DESTRUCTIVE PROCESSING
Organic coconut sugar is 100% organic, unprocessed, unfiltered, unbleached, and natural. It contains no preservatives. It is produced from the sweet juices of tropical coconut palm sugar blossoms. Traditional sugar farmers climb very high into the canapy of swaying coconuts to harvest their sweet nectar by gently slicing the flower. Once collected, the nectars are kettle boiled into a thick caramel. Then they are ground to a fine crystal.
Finally, a healthy alternative to sugar! You can sweeten your deserts without guilt. The only drawback to Organic Coconut Sugar is that at the present time, it must be ordered on line, and is not present in local grocery stores. While this actually keeps the profits local, and in the hands of local farmers, it may be somewhat of an inconvenience to you.
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