Lite&Sweet is our new natural sweetener. It’s used in many sugar-free recipes and is increasingly gaining acceptance as the alternative sweetener of choice.
Lite&Sweet is 85% as sweet, and just as flavorful as table sugar but with only 3 calories per teaspoon as compared to 16 calories in sugar.
Lite&Sweet is safe for diabetics and hypoglycemics, with a glycemic index of only 3 compared to sugar’s glycemic index of 85 to 100.
Lite&Sweet has 0 net carbs and is excellent for cooking.
Ingredients: Pharmaceutical grade xylitol and pharmaceutical grade erythritol®
Xylitol and erythritol are recommended by dentists, medical doctors, periodontists, pediatricians, and many health organizations and health professionals worldwide as a sugar substitutes for anyone concerned with dental health, upper respiratory health, and sugar consumption in general.
Lite&Sweet can be substituted for most common sweeteners without compromising taste or texture. Unlike so many other sugar alternatives, Lite&Sweet does not have any aftertaste and is metabolized without insulin, so it creates a lower glycemic effect when eaten. Regular sugar has a glycemic index score of 85 to 100 compared to Lite&Sweet’s glycemic index of only 3. This is great news for anyone who has to control their sugar consumption and choose foods low in glycemic effects.
- Zero net carbohydrates
- 85% as sweet and tasty as table sugar, with 40% fewer calories.
- Glycemic index: 3 (compared to sugar’s 85 to 100).
- Made of a naturally-occurring substance found in fruits and vegetables like plums, strawberries, and corn cobs.
- Approved by both the World Health Organization and the FDA as safe in unlimited quantities as a food additive.
- Lite&Sweet is interchangeable with sugar for most cooking applications.
When cooking, replace sugar with Lite&Sweet in equal measurements. Lite&Sweet is heat stable for cooking and baking. It also mixes and dissolves just like common sugar.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.