Monk Fruit Cubes 100ct
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Monk fruit sweetener is derived from the juice of a sub-tropical melon that has been cultivated in Asia for centuries due to its health benefits and delicate sweetness. We combined monk fruit extract with Erythritol for the perfect level of sweetness that has zero effect on glycemic levels! Monk fruit pours like sugar, making it perfect for use in cooking and baking.MORE DETAILS
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Monk fruit extract is derived from the sweet juice of a sub-tropical melon that has been cultivated in Asia for hundreds of years. It is packed with antioxidants, nutrients and pure, natural sweetness. Erythritol is a naturally occurring sugar alcohol that help to fight free radicals due to its antioxidant properties. Health Garden’s Erythritol is derived from non-GMO corn. We endeavor to ensure that our ingredients areas pure and high-quality as possible.
Erythritol is produced by fermenting the natural sugar found in non-GMO corn, which is then purified and crystallized. Monk fruit extract is derived from the sweet juice of a sub-tropical melon.We combined monk fruit extract with erythritol for the perfect level of sweetness.
Extensive studies have concluded that erythritol and monk fruit extract are safe to use in daily consumption. Monk fruit can help manage diabetes, hypertension, and obesity when used as part of a healthy lifestyle! It has no effect on blood sugar levels, and is 100% safe for diabetics to consume.
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How to use?:
Monk fruit sweetener is ideal for baking! Add monk fruit sweetener to your favorite recipes for cookies, bars, and brownies! Use monk fruit sweetener with your favorite drinks, such as coffee, tea, hot chocolate, juice, lemonade, cocktails, and sparkling water.
Monk fruit sweetener can also be added to yogurts, sauces, marinades, jams, and salad dressings. Try it in a variety of foods and you’ll be blown away by its versatility!
Erythritol is unique among sugar alcohols because 90% of erythritol is absorbed before it reaches the large intestine. Therefore, it does not cause gastric distress or have laxative effects the way some other sugar alcohols, such as xylitol, maltitol and sorbitol are known to do! Erythritol may be a good choice for people with sensitive stomachs who are adversely affected by other sugar alcohols.
How does xylitol help? The bacteria are unable to digest xylitol, which reduces the overall amount of bacteria. No acid is formed so the protective enamel layer is unharmed. The reduction in acid also keeps the pH level of saliva neutral which helps protect the teeth. In addition, without sugar the bacteria has trouble sticking to teeth which causes a decrease in plaque. Xylitol can even stimulate saliva to repair damaged enamel! Many brands of toothpaste and mouthwash include xylitol for its powerful impact.
Safe for pets?:
We know your pets are important to you. Every year, thousands of pets accidentally ingest toxic foods and need to have emergency treatment. Monk fruit sweetener is not specially formulated for use in pet food, so we don’t recommend routine use of monk fruit sweetener when feeding your pets. However, recent studies have shown that products containing erythritol, unlike the similar-sounding xylitol, has no adverse effects on dogs or other pet animals. Now you can have peace of mind while you enjoy our monk fruit sweetener without worrying about endangering your furry loved ones!
Q: How many carbs are in monk fruit per serving?
A: 4 g., but its fiber content deducts them to 0 net carbs.
Q:How many calories are there in monk fruit per serving ?
A: 0 calories
Q: Why is erythritol added to the monk fruit?
A: In its raw state, monk fruit is 200 times sweeter than sugar– the erythritol levels it out.
Q: Where is Health Garden’s monk fruit grown?
A: All of our monk fruit products are derived from China.
Q: Is the erythritol from corn or a tree?
A: Non-GMO corn.
Q: Is this product a Keto-friendly substitute for brown sugar?
A: Yes, all monk fruit is acceptable on a Keto diet.
Q: Is baking sweetener safe for pets?
A: Yes, it is safe for pets.