Let Sikkim's syrup kick sugar out of your shelves. You don't need to be suffering from diabetes or reducing weight. A healthy choice like this syrup needs no excuse
Sugar is not bad – in minimal quantities. Our excessive use of the cane sweetener has made it so infamous. But how do we help the sugar cravings that pop up every few hours?
Well, one way is to swap your sugar with healthier alternatives. The Yacon Syrup is one such example.
Lesser known than honey, coconut sugar and stevia, Yacon syrup is a hidden gem that has just started seeing the light of the day across India. Nutritionists and dieticians are calling it the next big thing, and we have saved you a place in the queue to reap its benefits.
The future of healthy sweeteners is now! Click on this link to get your bottle of the Yacon Syrup.
Now, let’s address some questions you may have about this mysterious sweetener.
What is yacon syrup made of?
The syrup is extracted from the tuberous roots of the yacon plant. Indigenous to the central and northern Andes ranges in South America, the daisy plant is quite popular among people from Bolivia, Brazil and Peru.
In recent times, the plant has also seen the enthusiasm from farmers in Sikkim who cultivate the plant for its incredible ability to replace sugar and be the healthier sweetener we have all been waiting for.
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What does yacon syrup taste like?
You could compare the taste of yacon syrup to caramel. But there are reports where people compare it with apples, figs, raisins and molasses. It’s challenging to give the perfect description of its taste, but it certainly does not taste purely sweet, like sugar.
Yacon syrup contains digestible sugars like fructose, glucose and sucrose, which give it the sweet taste and about 20 calories per spoonful of the syrup.
Yacon also contains some indigestible sugars which cannot be absorbed by the gut. This is how the syrup provides roughly one third the amount of calories sugar contains. So it’s a win-win on both sides.
So try something healthy today – a sweetener that is not heavy on calories. Click here to get your bottle of yacon syrup now.
Is yacon syrup good for people with diabetes?
Patients who have diabetes or are at the risk of it may find yacon syrup to be superbly useful. The syrup has been studied to lower blood glucose and reduce insulin resistance. Plus, if you are replacing sugar with the syrup.
But why must its benefits be restricted only to them?
Replacing sugar with any healthy alternatives is a wonderful choice you must make, and this syrup might be your answer.
But beware, don’t start consuming too much Yacon all of a sudden. Experts have set the limit to two teaspoons daily since overconsumption may lead to side effects such as abdominal pain, bloating, diarrhoea or nausea.
When experimenting with a new natural product like yacon, it’s best to do it in small, measurable quantities.
Can you cook with yacon syrup?
Add it to your morning chai or evening coffee or the dessert you couldn’t stop yourself from preparing. Yacon syrup can be used just like sugar, although it may take you some time to adjust to the measurements and using a liquid sweetener as compared to a crystalised or powdered one.
If you are used to cooking with honey, the change is easier. Yacon is about half as sweet as honey, so it’s easier to measure.
Go on, try something new from the market. Lead a new trend; don’t just follow it. Click here to get a bottle now.
(Edited by Vinayak Hegde)