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Ten healthy natural sweeteners, their pros and cons

  1. Consuming a lot of sugar can cause diseases such as obesity, diabetes and heart disease. Sugar also contains empty calories; that is, it does not contain any significant healthy nutrients. A tablespoon of sugar contains 49 calories and 13 grams of sugar. Artificial sweeteners contain no to very few calories, but are also suspected of causing illness. Natural sweeteners, on the other hand, do not harm your health - when used modestly - and in addition to calories, they also provide valuable nutrients such as vitamins, minerals or prebiotics. However, because it is healthier to overcome your addiction to sweets, it is preferable to eat as much sugar-free as possible, and only use a natural sweetener in exceptional cases. What natural sweeteners are there? And how do they differ from each other?

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  1. Natural sweeteners if you need sweetness Yacon syrup Stevia Sugarcane molasses Honey Dates Agave syrup coconut flour sugar Maple sugar Barley malt syrup Thick juice

Natural sweeteners if you need sweetness

  1. It is healthier to stop or limit the use of table sugar. Artificial sweeteners



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