Organic Premium Yacon Root Syrup
Prebiotic Dietetic Food, Low-Calorie Natural Sweetener
|Quantity (jar)||Price per pack (SGD) inclusive GST|
|DEAL (10% OFF)||2 & above|
|Best Before: May 2023|
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|Subtitle||Prebiotic Dietetic Food, Low-Calorie Natural Sweetener|
|Show Sale Below Title||No|
|Diets||Diabetic Friendly, Keto Friendly, Vegan, Good for Children, Good for Mums, Halal, Vegan Friendly, Working Adults, Older Adults|
|Meals||Breakfast, Desserts, Dinner, Lunch, Snacks|
|Country of Manufacture||Peru|
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INGREDIENTS: 100% Organic Yacon Root Syrup
Organic Certifications: USDA, EU
- Certified Organic
- Very Low GI < 1
- Keto Friendly
Nature's Superfoods Organic Yacon Root Syrup is made from Yacon roots that are found in the Andes of Peru and Ecuador, and is traditionally used as a means to control blood sugar and improve digestion. It is ideal as a prebiotic, low-calorie food for those on weight-control diets, cancer-fighting diets, for diabetics and for those who want to avoid calorie-laden processed snacks.
YACON ROOT SYRUP: Naturally contains 35-50% FOS (fructo-oligosaccharides) and a low proportion of simple sugars. The sweetness comes from a high concentration of inulin, a complex sugar that breaks down slowly into fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS). Yacon also boasts a good amount of minerals such as potassium, calcium, phosphorous and iron, as well as 20 amino acids. It also contains a rich amount of antioxidants and glyconutrients.
Yacon root syrup has a very low in Glycemic Index (GI) < 1 and hence, it is a good dietetic and diabetic food and natural sweetener.
Botanical Name: Smallanthus sonchifolius
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How To Use:
1) Yacon syrup has a pleasant caramel-like, molasses flavor. It is thick and sticky and it easily substitutes for maple sugar or molasses in recipes and brown sugar in baking.
2) Low-calorie natural sweetener for beverages (but not too much as it is a prebiotic food).
3) Use it in the same amount as you would honey in a recipe. It has 3/4 the sweetness of honey.
Suggested serving: 1-2 teaspoons a day