Organic Green Stevia - The Suede Hills brand green leaf stevia is grown in British Columbia Canada and is the highest quality or stevia available. Suede Hills stevia is unbleached and not chemically treated, like most stevia brands, resulting in a superior product that adds sweetness without calories or chemicals. Consuming green stevia is the equivalent of consuming lettuce. Green stevia is simply a herb with no glucose that naturally produces a sweet taste when you consume.
Organic Yacon Syrup - Produced from the Yacon plant of Peruvia this organic, fair trade and nutrient rich sweetener is unique as most of the glucose is in the form of fructo-oliosaccharrides (FOS). This means that most of glucose (or calories) cannot be absorbed into your body and passes through your digestive system like fiber and acts as a prebiotic feeding your good bacteria. Yacon syrup is also low-glycemic, which means that the glucose that is absorbed passes through very slowly your digestive trace. This makes Yacon ideal for anyone concerned with managing healthy blood sugar levels. The net carbs in Yacon are much lower than other sweeteners like agave, honey, sugar, and is a superior sweetener.
Organic Coconut Sugar - Coconut Sugar comes from the sweet juices of tropical coconut palm sugar blossoms. This sweeteners is naturally low on the glyecmic index meaning that the sugar are slowly released into your body so it is easier to control weight. The GI rating of coconut sugar is at 35 compared to honey at 55 and cane sugars at 68. Coconut Sugar is also nutrient dense and is particularly high in potassium, magnesium, zinc, iron, vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6 and C.
The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the World Bank has reported that palm sweeteners like this coconut sugar are the single most sustainable sweetener in the world! Coconut Palms produce an average of 50-75% more sugar per acre than Sugar Cane and use less than 1/5th the nutrients for that production. This coconut sugar is produced by smallholder farmers. 100% of the money from growing, harvesting and primary processing of this ingredient stays in the local community..