Coconut nectar - a low GI natural sweetener 250ml

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Disclosure This product has a BBD of August 2019,  Accordingly, I’ll give two for every one you order.  I am certain there are no food safety issues.  I use this daily without a problem.

Coconut nectar – a low GI natural sweetener for ice cream, fruit, deserts, salad dressings, no cook baking, for those on paleo, low carb and low sugar diets

$12.50

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Disclosure This product has a BBD of August 2019,  Accordingly, I’ll give two for every one you order.  I am certain there are no food safety issues.  I use this daily without a problem.

Coconut nectar is naturally evaporated low GI sweeetener made from the flower of the coconut tree.

Ingredients

100% sap from the flower of the coconut tree

Key features and benefits

  • Low Glycemic index rating 35 (honey 55-70)
  • Great natural sweetener for diabetics, people on restricted diets
  • Reduces cravings and spikes in blood sugar
  • Rich in 17 key amino acids
  • Rich in glutamine and many assist in recovery from serious illness
  • Amino acids may assist proteins used in the growth, repair and maintenance of body tissue.

Coconut nectar is a beneficial sweetener by virtue of its aminos acids and glutamine content.  Glutamine is a key building block for protein metabolism, boosting the immune system.

Go here for a useful overview article on Glutamine including how it is used to assist people post chemotherapy and for HIV/AIDs patients.

Glutamine is also popular amongst body builders for training.

As with anything, taking your glutamine in the context of a whole food, rather than as a supplement is preferable.  Coocnut nectar with its balance of minerals, aminos acids and small amount of fructose would seem to be a perfect food in this context.

Robert Eady
Robert Eady
@ready1nz
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This is a quality product that I will buy again. CBSO has a pungent taste that needs to be disguised (no pain, no gain). I add it to my morning smoothie. That consists of half a bunch of parsley, half a lemon (skin on) and a piece of fresh ginger plus some other fresh herbs if available and a cup of water. I blend the herbs and add the CBSO together with an equal amount of flaxseed oil at the end. This is simple high-powered nutrition that sets me up for the day. Taste is not a problem.
Pip Martin
Pip Martin
@phmartin
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Feels very nice to use on skin. Great smell. Sore arthritic fingers. Helped ease pain. Great service - very prompt! Would get more as I think it really helps.
Paul  Martin
Paul Martin
@paulm100m
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I have used Zenian's black cumin seed oil for several years. It has helped considerably with improving the look and health of my sun damaged skin on my head. Lately, because the research indicates it has some amazing and multiple health properties, I have also been taking a teaspoon of the oil each morning for my digestion. While it has a strong and spicy taste its seems to have also helped settle my digestion.
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