Creation delicia Dates Sugar presented

by the popular naturopath  "Johanne Verdon"

in his radio program "Santé 360 Degrés"

 

DATE SUGAR

Date sugar comprises all the sweetening power of dates, for practical and multiple use and in compliance with organic farming.

Here’s a newcomer in the family of natural sugars that is worth considering: date sugar. Nowadays, many alternatives are proposed as a substitute for white sugar, considered as toxic to humans.

Date sugars figure among the best options to replace refined sugars. First of all, when you eat dates in the form of dried and ground dates (date sugar) or when you add this sugar in a preparation, you use the entire fruit. Refined sugar contains virtually no micronutrients but only empty calories. On the other hand, date sugar provides a wide variety of vitamins and minerals that are vital to our health. If you make it a habit to replace sweets by date sugar, you will enhance the quality of your diet in a remarkable way. It is essential to learn how to recognize its nutritive qualities compared to refined sugars and processed sugar products.

Date sugar is 100% made up of dried dates. Before drying, the dates are stoned and steamed, after which they are dried and finely ground. In doing so, all nutritional benefits of the dates are preserved: natural fibers, tannins, flavonoids, vitamins and minerals. Unlike other sugars, date sugar is unprocessed and unrefined.

In appearance and taste, date sugar is similar to brown sugar. However, the taste of date sugar is fuller and milder, with a discreet touch of dates.  Particularly appreciated in beverages and pastries, its sweetening power is more important. The recommended replacement dose is 2/3 of date sugar against 1 dose of white sugar. Date sugar is less sweet than other sugars, with a glycemic index of 68.

The uses of date sugar are multiple: it can be added in pastry recipes as well as in smoothies. It can garnish cottage cheese, yogurt or a fruit bowl.

 

How about you? Are you ready to adopt this natural sugar for your daily preparations?

 

 

 

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DATE SUGAR

Date sugar comprises all the sweetening power of dates, for practical and multiple use and in compliance with organic farming.

Here’s a newcomer in the family of natural sugars that is worth considering: date sugar. Nowadays, many alternatives are proposed as a substitute for white sugar, considered as toxic to humans.

Date sugars figure among the best options to replace refined sugars. First of all, when you eat dates in the form of dried and ground dates (date sugar) or when you add this sugar in a preparation, you use the entire fruit. Refined sugar contains virtually no micronutrients but only empty calories. On the other hand, date sugar provides a wide variety of vitamins and minerals that are vital to our health. If you make it a habit to replace sweets by date sugar, you will enhance the quality of your diet in a remarkable way. It is essential to learn how to recognize its nutritive qualities compared to refined sugars and processed sugar products.

Date sugar is 100% made up of dried dates. Before drying, the dates are stoned and steamed, after which they are dried and finely ground. In doing so, all nutritional benefits of the dates are preserved: natural fibers, tannins, flavonoids, vitamins and minerals. Unlike other sugars, date sugar is unprocessed and unrefined.

In appearance and taste, date sugar is similar to brown sugar. However, the taste of date sugar is fuller and milder, with a discreet touch of dates.  Particularly appreciated in beverages and pastries, its sweetening power is more important. The recommended replacement dose is 2/3 of date sugar against 1 dose of white sugar. Date sugar is less sweet than other sugars, with a glycemic index of 68.

The uses of date sugar are multiple: it can be added in pastry recipes as well as in smoothies. It can garnish cottage cheese, yogurt or a fruit bowl.

 

How about you? Are you ready to adopt this natural sugar for your daily preparations?