The average American consumes more than 150 pounds of sugar each year. Yes, you read that right, 150 pounds. Knowing this number, and the dangers of eating too much sugar, has prompted many people to try a sugar detox diet. Cravings and food preferences aside, eliminating the sweet stuff is harder than you may think. Sugar, in the form of high-fructose corn syrup, is used in hundreds of processed foods where you wouldn’t expect to find it. It’s not enough to skip dessert or stop drinking sodas—which do account for about 33% of all added sugar in the diet. To truly remove sugar from your diet you have to rely on whole, fresh foods and learn to read labels on packaged foods carefully.
Sure, organic coconut sugar may not be new to most of you, but it’s still a trending topic because of the many rumors attached to it. Well, let us clear things one at a time.
First off, this sugar is not from the fruit of the coconut palm itself. Instead, it comes from the sap of the blossoms of the tree, which is placed under controlled heat to let the water evaporate. Because of its brown color and sweet taste, it is often confused with brown sugar.
Yet, even if we know how and where organic coconut sugar comes from, there are still things we need to know about it. We’ve listed some of them below.
It makes dishes more flavorful. It adds a fluffy twist to baked goods. It is also an excellent addition to bath and body routines. Oh, c’mon! With everything it can do, would you still ask why coconut oil has been such a buzz recently?
Well, now, we bet you want to fill your kitchen cabinets with this product. Thankfully, Coco Treasure heard your prayers. That is why we’ve decided to launch our Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil on Amazon!
Coco Treasure is proud to have a sustainable and ethically-sourced product – Organic Coconut Nectar Syrup! Unlike other commercial sweeteners, this is rich in nutrients and is gluten-free. No wonder why it is loved by many.
The world has been on the lookout for healthier alternatives to ordinary table sugar. We, at Coco Treasure, know that and we want to help. It is for that reason why we have come up with a healthier substitute to cane sugar – our very own Coco Treasure Organic Coconut Sugar.