Unlike white sugar, which is often categorized as “empty food”, coconut sugar contains several minerals and micronutrients. Pure Organic Coconut Sugar contains vitamin C, group B vitamins, potassium, magnesium, iron, zinc, calcium, phosphorus, etc.
Its nutritional values make this sugar already more interesting. Still, we must also add that it has a lower glycemic index, which can make it an alternative choice for diabetic people, as an example.
It's also recognized as one of the most sustainable sugars for the environment. Indeed, its culture doesn’t destroy coconut palm trees, because the sugar comes from the sap of its flowers, and therefore has a less harmful effect on the planet.
Use this coconut sugar in the same recipes as those suggesting white sugar: in your desserts, sweet sauces, jams, drinks, pastries, etc. Its ratio to replace white or brown sugar is 1:1.
You will appreciate its taste, which can be similar to caramel.
Coconut sugar contains several minerals and micronutrients.
Among those, there are B vitamins that help strengthen the immune system, are beneficial to the nervous system and even help maintain healthy skin.
It's also rich in antioxidants, which play a role in the fight against cell degeneration, helping slow down ageing.
Inulin, also found in coconut sugar, has the ability to stimulate the growth of bifidobacteria, the same types commonly found in probiotic supplements.
Coconut sugar is the sugar extracted from the sap of the coconut palm flower. It’s used as a lower-GI and more natural alternative to other types of sugar. Coconut sugar has impressive health benefits, including being rich in antioxidants.
RAW Nutritional’s Pure Organic Coconut Sugar is made from 100% organic coconut plants and retains all of its natural nutrients.
Of course. Coconut sugar has more minerals and nutrients than what brown sugar and white sugar have to offer. It can be used in all recipes calling for other types of sugar in a 1:1 ratio. For instance, you can use 1 teaspoon of coconut sugar in your tea/coffee in place of each teaspoon of your regular white sugar.
RAW Nutritional’s Pure Organic Coconut Sugar has a subtle caramel-like taste that pleases many.
Yes! Coconut sugar is less refined than brown sugar, has a higher nutritional value and contains minerals, vitamins, amino acids and antioxidants in adequate amounts. Also, the glycemic index of coconut sugar (35 GI) is much lower than that of brown sugar (64 GI), which makes it super beneficial to help control blood sugar levels.
Coconut sugar doesn’t have the exact same taste as white sugar or brown sugar, but it is nearly similar. Our coconut sugar has a mild caramel flavor mixed with a slight toffee taste. Contrary to popular opinions, it doesn’t taste like coconuts. Rest assured, it will not mess with your recipes. Instead, it will give a more natural, sweet flavor to whatever it is added.
Coconut sugar is a fantastic alternative to most of the sugar varieties in the market. Since it’s extracted naturally from coconut plants and is less processed compared to white or brown sugar, all the nutrients are retained. It has minerals, vitamins and a lot of other important healthy nutrients such as inulin, which helps digestion by stimulating the growth of intestinal bifidobacteria.
RAW Nutritional’s Pure Organic Coconut Sugar is extracted from organically grown coconut trees and has many unique properties.
Our coconut sugar is made from organically grown coconut trees and processes/packed with the highest quality standards. It’s 100% pure, gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan, non-GMO, and pesticide-free. It has a pleasant toffee/caramel flavor and a fine texture and blends smoothly with any recipe or dessert.
You can add RAW Nutritional organic coconut sugar to your tea, coffee and recipes like oatmeal, jam and desserts, just like you would use regular brown or white sugar.
A 1:1 ratio is recommended.
Added sugar, if consumed in excess, may be responsible for several problems like obesity, diabetes, metabolic syndrome and others. This is also true for coconut sugar.
However, coconut sugar has more nutrients than other sugar variants, and therefore, is healthier. But, it is still recommended to watch your sugar intake and avoid consuming a lot of it.