Fifty 50, Low Glycemic Fructose, Granulated Sweetener, 10 oz (283 g) (Discontinued Item)
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- 65% Lower Blood Sugar Response than Regular Sugar
- For Use in a Low Glycemic Diet
Use Fifty 50 Fructose as Part of Your Low Glycemic Diet
The revolutionary Low Glycemic Diet helps you achieve optimum blood glucose readings. Used worldwide and endorsed by the diabetes associations in Europe, Australia, and Canada, it's gaining popularity in the U.S as well.
Here's how it works. You avoid carbohydrates that will raise your blood glucose the most. All carbohydrates are not the same. Some "gush" into your blood stream and spike your blood sugar. Others just "tickle" in slowly keeping it low. For example, compare the response of fructose and ordinary table sugar (sucrose).
So why use sucrose for your baking and sweetening needs when you can have the same delicious results and a lower glycemic response with fructose?
How to Use Fructose
Use fructose in all your favorite recipes. It will not lose its sweetness when exposed to high temperatures and it provides the necessary bulk to give baked products the right texture. Use about 1/3 less fructose than the usual amount of table sugar to achieve the same level of sweetness. For baking, lower the temperature slightly or reduce the baking time since browning is more rapid. For best results, cakes and cookies may require the same amount of fructose as table sugar.
Silicon dioxide packet enclosed (prevents caking).
|Serving Size:1 Teaspoon (4 g)|
|Servings Per Container: 71|
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value*|
|Total Fat||0 g||0%|
|Total Carbohydrate||4 g||1%|
|Not a significant source of calories from fat, saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, fiber, vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium and iron.
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.