DESCRIPTION Effective Nature coconut blossom sugar is made from the nectar of the coconut palm. The nectar of flowers Palm drips slowly into the specially fitted collecting basins. The nectar is then cooked and processed to granules. Coconut sugar is made by the local people in traditional handicraft and helps many people on Java at a fair and steady income.
Compared to cane and beet sugar coconut blossom sugar contains not only a multiple of minerals and antioxidants but also also has a low glycemic index (GI), which can be beneficial to the human body weight. While agave nectar has a GI of 42, honey a GI of 55 and cane sugar a GI of 68, shines coconut blossom sugar with a GI of only 35. From coconut sugar also diabetics can benefit. Due to the low GI gives coconut sugar energy only gradually released, so that the usual strong blood sugar fluctuations fail.
Coconut sugar can be accurately dosed as cane sugar. The taste of coconut blossom sugar is somewhat reminiscent of caramel and can replace sugar in almost all sweet dishes. Furthermore, coconut sugar fits desserts, cakes, pancakes, cocktails, hot drinks and more.
ADVANTAGES - Made from the nectar of the coconut palm - Rich in minerals and antioxidants - Low glycemic index (GI) - Suitable for diabetics