So Sweet Erythritol is a zero-calorie substitute for sugar. It is a sugar alcohol and tastes almost exactly like sugar.
Erythritol has 70% of the sweetness of sugar but does not raise blood sugar and insulin levels.
Erythritol has 70% of sweetener of sugar, it tends to have a cooling effect on the mouth. It can be used in baking, where it also has some of the tenderizing effects of sugar. I can at least partially replace sugar or artificial sweetener for most uses.
So Sweet Erythritol is a natural Low-calorie substitute for sugar. You can use it exactly like sugar for cooking, baking, and for your beverages. Erythritol is as sweet as sugar in nature.
It is also used to enhance food flavor and effectively prevent foods from spoiling. It is the best and healthiest alternative to sugar and artificial Sugar-free sweeteners in daily life
Ideal for diabetics and weight watchers.
Zero Glycaemic index
Heat Stable up to 160°
So Sweet Erythritol natural sugar substitute dissolves instantly in hot and cold beverages or foods
Erythritol can be fully substituted in the place of sugar and has no side effects, and no aftertaste is suitable for all ages and is ideal for diabetics and weight watcher.
This product can be used in all types of food including cold & hot coffee, sweet dishes, cakes, etc.
How to Use
Add Erythritol in place of sugar to your tea, coffee, milk, etc.
You can even use it during cooking or baking other items.
Each teaspoon of Erythritol is equivalent to half a teaspoon of sugar in sweetness.
Q 1. Can you use Erythritol in making tea?
Ans: Yes, this product is a 100% natural substitute for sugar and has no harmful side effects. You can use this product as an ingredient in tea.
Q 2. Can you use Erythritol during pregnancy?
Ans: Yes, it is safe and can be used during pregnancy with the consultation of a doctor.
Q 3 Is it suitable for all ages?
Ans: Yes Erythritolis suitable for all ages and non prescription.
Q 4. Is this product containing artificial sweetener?
Ans: No, this product does not contain artificial sweeteners.