Health-Conscious Ingredients

Ditch the Sugar, Embrace Nature's Sweetness  

by Pratyush Anand

This ancient sweetener boasts antibacterial properties, soothes sore throats, and may even aid digestion. Enjoy its subtle floral notes in teas, cereals, or baked goods.  

1. Honey 

Rich in minerals like iron and potassium, jaggery is a natural source of energy and may help improve gut health. Its caramel-like flavour elevates desserts and beverages. 

2. Jaggery

This minimally processed sugar contains prebiotics, which promote gut health, and has a lower glycemic index than refined sugar. Enjoy its subtle coconut taste in nut butter smoothies or baking.  

3. Coconut Sugar

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Packed with fibre, vitamins, and minerals, dates are a naturally sweet and filling snack. Their caramel-like flavour pairs beautifully with yoghurt, cheese, or chopped-in energy bars. 

4. Dates

Extracted from the sap of palm trees, this dark-coloured jaggery is rich in antioxidants and minerals like magnesium and zinc. Its earthy flavour complements savoury dishes and chutneys. 

5. Palm Jaggery

Derived from the stevia plant, this zero-calorie sweetener is ideal for weight management and blood sugar control. Its intensely sweet taste is perfect for beverages and desserts. 

6. Stevia

Made from monk fruit, this natural sweetener has a high concentration of antioxidants and may boost immunity. Its slightly sweet and slightly fruity taste complements various dishes.

7. Monk Fruit Extract

8. Allulose

Found naturally in fruits like figs and kiwis, allulose is a rare sugar that minimally impacts blood sugar and calories. 

Made from concentrated sugarcane, this thick syrup boasts minerals like iron and calcium.

9. Blackstrap Molasses

This unique blend combines honey with ground flaxseeds, offering natural sweetness and a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids, beneficial for heart health. Enjoy it on toast or in yoghurt. 

10. Flaxseed Honey

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