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Wholesome Sweeteners Organic Blue Agave, 44-Ounce Bottles (Pack of 2)
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- Non-GMO- No genetically modified organisms
- Gluten Free
- Vegan & Kosher
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One of the things I really like about agave is that it is not as thick and viscous as honey. Of course, it blends easily in hot liquids, but since it is a thinner fluid than honey it dissolves in cold liquids much more effectively. It also means you don't have to work so hard to get the last of the nectar out of the bottle - less waste. Being able to keep a bottle of this at my desk or in the car so I can add it to a cold bottle of water with a green tea bag is wonderful! I look forward to experimenting with it.
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Agave syrup (nectar) is basically high-fructose corn syrup masquerading as a health food.
Sorry. Don't kill the messenger.
It's easy to understand how agave syrup got its great reputation. Even the word "Agave" has a fine pedigree, coming from the Greek word for noble. The blue agave species- considered the best for the making agave nectar -- flourishes in rich volcanic soil. (It's also the only variety permitted to be used for the making of tequila.) And extracts from the agave plant have been shown to have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
Unfortunately there's zero evidence that any of those compounds are present in the commercially made syrup.
Agave nectar is an amber-colored liquid that pours more easily than honey and is considerably sweeter than sugar. The health-food crowd loves it because it is gluten-free and suitable for vegan diets, and, most especially, because it's low-glycemic (we'll get to that in a moment). Largely because of its very low glycemic impact, agave nectar is marketed as "diabetic friendly". What's not to like?
As it turns out, quite a lot.
Agave nectar has a low-glycemic index for one reason only: it's largely made of fructose, which although it has a low-glycemic index, is probably the single most damaging form of sugar when used as a sweetener. With the exception of pure liquid fructose, agave nectar has the highest fructose content of any commercial sweetener.
All sugar -- from table sugar to HFCS (high-fructose corn syrup) to honey -- contains some mixture of fructose and glucose. Table sugar is 50/50, HFCS is 55/45. Agave nectar is a whopping 90 percent fructose, almost -- but not quite -- twice as high as HFCS.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The best sweetener I've tried. No after taste nor does it affect the taste of my coffee.
Plus being diabetic Agave has low glycemic index.
Packed so that it leaked a bit. Good thing it didn't damage other items.Published 24 days ago by Kristina M. Caret
I use this product every day for my coffee. The taste doesn't affect my coffee but sweetens nicely with no aftertaste.Published 2 months ago by Counslermom
tastes sweet and is suppose to be better for you than regular sugar. I use it in baking and tea. Tastes greatPublished 2 months ago by Liam Drajel