Diabeat Low GI Herbal Cane Sugar 1000gm
Diabeat Low GI Herbal Cane Sugar 1000gm
Overra Herbals offers Diabeat Low GI Cane Sugar – which is excellent for controlling blood sugar. Diabeat Low GI Herbal Cane Sugar has created a revolution by launching the world’s 1st low glycemic index sugar. This herbal sugar is a diabetic friendly product that can be consumed by diabetic patients, prediabetics and health-conscious individuals.
- Diabetic Friendly
- Glycemic Index < 45 – Manage Blood Glucose Levels
- Healthy Heart – Lower Lipid Levels
- Sustained Energy Levels
- Improving Mental Performance
- Better Weight Management
Generally, low GI sugars have a low glycemic index (GI) value, meaning they raise blood sugar levels more slowly and steadily than high GI sugars. Low GI sugars include coconut sugar, agave nectar, and raw honey. People with diabetes often recommend low GI sugars as they may help control their blood sugar levels. The lowest GI sugar is fructose. However, even low GI sugars should be consumed in moderation as part of a healthy diet.
Glycemic Index (GI) is a measure of how quickly carbohydrates in food raise one's blood sugar levels after they are consumed. With a scale ranging from 0 to 100, the higher values indicate that the food elevates blood sugar rapidly, and foods with a low GI are digested and absorbed more slowly, resulting in a more gradual increase.
These high-GI edibles usually comprise simple carbohydrates like white bread, white rice, and sugary drinks, whereas their low-GI counterparts are typically composed of complex carbs such as whole grains, fruits, and vegetables.
Eating meals containing primarily low GI foods may aid in keeping blood sugar levels regulated, give sustained energy, and thus be beneficial for diabetics, those aiming to lose weight, or anyone wishing to bolster their well-being.
Diabeat Plus Low GI Sugar
Diabeat Herbal Sugar is the result of 10-years of extensive research and product development efforts. The makers of Diabeat felt the need to create a product that would enrich the lives of diabetics and prediabetics such that they would not have to compromise on their food and certainly not on their lifestyle. With this spirited goal, the company developed the world’s 1st and only low glycemic index sugar that is fit for consumption by diabetics and prediabetics.
It's a Revolution
Until now, diabetic-friendly sugar substitutes came with significant health risks and bitter or chemical aftertaste. Not anymore. Overra presents world’s first low GI Sugar for diabetics, and other diabetic-friendly products. Made with herbs known for controlling diabetes, Overra products come to you after a decade of rigorous research, clinical trials, and encouraging reviews from customers and institutional buyers. Diabetics, prediabetics, and anyone in your family can enjoy the sweetness of life without adverse consequences on health.
The Overra Herbal extract formulation is a proprietary aqueous herbals extract with inulin mimicking & insulin resistance lowering properties. Extract is colorless, odorless and tasteless. This extract is used in products to render them Low GI.
Have questions? We’ve got the answers!
I am a diabetic, can I consume any amount of Diabeat Sugar?
Its Low GI with GI value less than 50. It has a lower blood sugar rise than normal cane sugar. As with any food, diabetics should eat responsibly and consume moderate amounts of even OverraDiabeat Low GI Sugar.
I am a pre-diabetic. What is the benefit of consuming DiabeatLow GI Sugar?
Almost 70% of pre-diabetics become diabetic within one’s life time. Consuming low GI foods is excellent way to keep postprandial blood sugars in check. Maintaining good blood sugar control is one key aspect to delay or hopefully avoid progression.
I am a healthy individual. What are the benefits of consuming Diabeat Low GI Sugar for me?
Low GI foods have many health and wellness benefits such as weight management benefits, lower lipids levels and keeping blood sugars in check.
Does DiabeatLow GI Sugar contain calories?
Diabeat Sugar contains the same calories as cane sugar but does not have the blood sugar rise characteristic.
What is difference between Diabeat Low GI Sugar and Artificial Sweeteners?
Artificial sweeteners do not contain calories but come with a lingering after taste and when used in baked goods or sweets do not caramelize and therefore result in poor taste. Many recent studies that have shown many health-related negative effects.