- Low glycemic index herbal sugar
- Ideal for diabetics & prediabetics
- Made from all-natural Ingredients
- Can help to keep blood Sugar levels intact
- Can be used to replace Sugar in drinks, food & baked goods
- Thermally stable & does not disintegrate in high or low temperatures
- Boasts a natural, organic taste
- No bitter aftertaste
- Clinically tested
- Free of artificial sweeteners
- Naturally gluten & dairy free
- Suitable for vegans
- Diabliss Low GI Sugar can be used to replace Sugar.
- Add to coffee, tea, smoothies, all baked goods, icing, salad dressing, sauces, Oats, yoghurt & other cold or hot cereals.
- Store in a cool, dry place.
- Nett Weight: 500g
- Cane Sugar with extracts of Indian Senna, Black Jamun, Black Cumin, Fenugreek, Indian Gooseberry (Amla), Black Pepper, Cinnamon, Turmeric, Cumin, Cloves, Ginger, Star Anise, Coriander Seeds, Guava Leaves, White Pepper, Ajwain and Fennel Seeds.
Typical Nutritional Information: Per 100g
- Energy (kJ): 400
- Protein (g): -
- Carbohydrate (g): 99.6
- of which Total Sugar (g): 99.6
- Total Fat (g): -
- of which Saturated Fat (g): -
- Cholesterol (mg): -
- Dietary Fibre (g): -
- Sodium (mg): -
- Recyclable plastic pouch.
Country of Origin:
- Made in India.
2 out of 2 people would recommend this product27/11/2023, By SThis is a more coarse than regular granulated sugar. I haven’t used in baking yet, but I used it to make a cinnamon and sugar filling for crepes. I did not enjoy the texture, but the taste is the same26/09/2023, By Merylene CIt is a great product, no sugar content that affects diabetics. I have used it for baking and making icing. It is fantastic. It is healthy, herbal and great to use for tea, baking, coffee and cooking. It tastes exactly like sugar.
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