Sukrin:1, the healthy and natural alternative to caster sugar, now available in convenient stick form!
The pack contains 40 sticks of 5 g.
Sukrin:1 the healthy and natural alternative to caster sugar, now also available as convenient sticks!
About Sukrin:1 Sticks
Do you want to limit your sugar consumption and avoid artificial sweeteners? Then Sukrin:1 Sticks are the perfect alternative. Sukrin:1 is just as sweet as regular sugar, so you can use Sukrin:1 sticks in the same way as regular sugar sticks.
- Ideal for on the go and at work
- 100% natural sweetener
- 0 calories and 0 carbohydrates
Sugar without calories and carbohydrates
Sukrin:1 is a 100% natural sugar substitute with zero calories. The carbohydrates contained in Sukrin:1 cannot be absorbed by the body. This makes it ideal for diabetics and those on a low-carb diet.
No effect on blood sugar levels
Research has shown that Sukrin:1 has no effect on blood sugar levels or on insulin levels in the body. Sukrin:1 can therefore be used safely by diabetics.
By combining Sukrin:1 with SukrinFiberfin and Sukrin Almond Flour, the impact of your diet on blood sugar levelscan be further reduced.
100% safe and natural
Many people would like to limit their sugar consumption, but are concerned about the safety of artificial sweeteners. Sukrin:1 is a 100% natural product, with no artificial additives. It is based on the polyol "erythritol". Erythritol occurs naturally in pears, melons and mushrooms.
Advantages of Sukrin:1
Sukrin:1 has a natural, sweet taste with the same texture as regular soft sugar. Sukrin:1 has a structure almost as fine as powdered sugar. You can therefore use it in tea or coffee, but also for homemade marzipan, smoothies and many other applications.
Health benefits of Sukrin:1
Sukrin:1 is not only calorie-free, but did you know that it is also good for your body? Sukrin:1 protects your teeth from cavities by limiting the growth of new bacteria in your mouth. Using Sukrin:1 on a daily basis can therefore even improve the health of your teeth.
Research has shown that Sukrin:1 can act as an antioxidant and therefore has the ability to combat free radicals in the body. Free radicals are small, highly active aggressive particles that can cause a great deal of damage. These harmful particles are created during all desirable and undesirable oxidation processes in our body.
Sukrin:1 is recommended by experts
Viljen Poleszynski, professor of food science, recommends the use of erythritol as a natural and safe alternative to sugar.
Sophie Hexeberg is a physician with a doctorate in nutrition. She has published several cookbooks using Sukrin in recipes. The book "The Scandinavian diet: Healthy with low carbs" has been on the bestsellers list for over a year. She says "I recommend Sukrin (sweeteners) to all my patients as a sugar substitute. Most of them are very satisfied with this alternative".
Inge Lindseth is trained as a clinical nutritionist, she has been giving dietary advice for years. In 2010 the book "Living well with type 2 diabetes" was published. Inge was co-author of this book. She recommends that her readers use Sukrin sweeteners rather than ordinary sweeteners or sugar.
|Gluten- or Lactosefree||Glutenfree|
|Diet Type||Low Carb|
|Protein diet: usable in fase||1, 2, 3, 4, After the protein diet|
|Contents||200 gr (40x5gr)|
Nutritional value per 100g