Organic Agave Blue Sweetener
2/3 teaspoon agave nectar = 1 teaspoon sugar
2/3 cup agave nectar = 1 cup sugar.
For centuries, Mexicans have used agave as a natural sweetener. Today, health-conscious individuals will love the fact that agave nectar is high in nutrients and antioxidants, yet lower on the glycemic index. Plus, it’s safe for diabetics in moderation. With agave, less is more and on top of that it’s sweeter than table sugar! It’s the perfect ingredient for those oh-so-sweet desserts.
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Health Garden’s Blue Agave Nectar is 100% all natural and organic: our agave nectar is delicious, organic, gluten-free and kosher with no harmful additives, artificial chemicals or genetically modified ingredients. Packed with antioxidants, nutrients and pure, natural sweetness, agave nectar contains no corn by-products and can be used as a substitute for high-fructose corn syrup.
Health Garden’s agave nectar is derived from the core of agave plants cultivated in Mexico. Agave nectar is heated and concentrated until it reaches a consistency slightly thinner than honey. Health Garden Blue Agave has a mild and neutral flavor. It’s sometimes used in delicate- tasting dishes and beverages.
Agave nectar is safe to use in daily consumption. Agave nectar can help manage diabetes, hypertension and obesity when used in moderation as part of a healthy lifestyle!
Agave nectar can be used in virtually any recipe as a substitute for regular table sugar, honey or high-fructose corn syrup. Add agave nectar to your favorite cooking and baking recipes and use agave nectar with your favorite beverages. Agave nectar can be added to yogurt, oatmeal, sauces, marinades, jams, salad dressings and desserts. Try agave nectar as a topping on pancakes, waffles or French toast. You’ll be blown away by its versatility!
Q: How many carbs are there in agave syrup per serving?
A: 16 grams per serving.
Q: How many calories are there in agave syrup per serving?
A: 60 calories.
Q: Where does agave syrup land on the glycemic index (GI)?
A: Agave syrup is actually low on the GI scale, having a glycemic index value of 35.
Q: What is the difference between the nectar and syrup?
A: There is no difference: Agave syrup is also called agave nectar. The two terms are interchangeable.
Q: Does Health Garden agave syrup contains high fructose corn syrup or any other ingredients?
A: No, Health Garden’s agave is 100% syrup/nectar from the organic Blue Agave plant.
Q: Is agave safe for pets?
A: Yes, agave is safe for pets. It can be added into homemade dog treats, etc.
This agave helps take the sour taste out of the plain Greek yogurt that I have to eat. Makes me want to eat more yogurt!