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Unlike honey, high fructose corn syrup, and white sugar, Xagave doesn't raise your blood-sugar levels.
Soluble in hot or cold water, Xagave is easy to work with in the kitchen. You can use it for all your cooking, canning, and baking. It works well in jams, cakes, breads, salad dressings, desserts, cookies and sauces. Because Xagave is 1.4 to 1.5 times sweeter than sugar, the amount of calories saved by substituting it for sugar is significant. In addition, using it in your recipes reduces the amount of fats and oils required, resulting in a lower-calorie recipe. Printed on each bottle is a convenient sugar-exchange chart that makes it easy to substitute agave for sugar in any of your favorite recipes.
Low Glycemic Index Encourages Healthy Blood-Sugar Levels
Xagave has a low glycemic index (GI) of approximately 30. Unlike some sugars, such as high fructose corn syrup, honey, and white sugar, Xagave does not raise your blood-sugar levels. Though it's recommended that you check with your doctor, a significant number of diabetic clients have noticed that agave nectar consumption does not impact their blood-sugar levels.
Inulin Fiber and Calcium Add Nutrition
In addition to its low (GI) and calorie-saving potential, Xagave's special blend of nectars contains inulin fiber from the blue agave plant. Studies have shown inulin, a prebiotic fiber, promotes the healthy function of your lower intestine. It's also been shown to moderate blood-sugar levels, increase calcium absorption, promote regularity, boost the immune system, reduce the risk of colon cancer, and increase bone density. Just three tablespoons of Xagave contain approximately seven to eight grams of inulin.
Due to its raw processing at temperatures that do not exceed 117°F, Xagave retains its naturally occurring vitamins and minerals. Since it also contains agave nectar from the calcium-rich white agave plant, Xagave is a tasty way to provide your body with essential calcium--each tablespoon provides 17% of your daily calcium requirement.
What's in the Box
Two 18-ounce (25-ounce net weight) bottles of Xagave Premium Raw Agave Nectar.
Organic Raw Agave Nectar
Gift Pack, "Delicious Meets Nutritious" Agave Cookbook & one 18-Ounce Bottle of Raw Xagave Nectar
Premium Raw Agave Nectar
18-Ounce Two Pack
Premium Raw Agave Nectar
36-Ounce Two Pack
Organic Premium Raw Agave Nectar 18-Ounce Six Pack
Organic Premium Raw Agave Nectar 36-Ounce Six Pack
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Very good flavor, has just a hint of lemon flavor to it. Happy with my purchase. I use it in baking to have a healthier treat.Published 22 days ago by Ruthie
Good product but I think I paid too much $18 for two bottles that I later found in Kroger supermarket for $5.99 each regular priced. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Veronica Gill
This agave nectar is easy to cook with and tastes good. I like it and I don't like all agaves. I'm pleased I bought it! Came on time.Published 1 month ago by Cynthia Scott
I use this beautiful stuff every morning in my coffee. I love it. Tastes like it came straight from the bosom of a Greek goddess. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lloyd Christmas
Glad to know I can always get my supply here, not always easy to find Sam's. I use this exclusivelyPublished 3 months ago by Mable E. Mullen
I don't really like the taste of this compared to sugar... a little weird and cloying. That said I think it's a good price for what it is.Published 3 months ago by georgina
Xagave Premium Blend Organic Agave Nectar, 23.5-Ounce/500ml (Pack of 2) is a good deal and tastes very good. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Meli
Would and have recommended this product. Dissolves quick and with no effort.
Taste is good and I am not using the granular sugars as much. Wow
I'm a cream and sugar kind of girl. Also, I detest the slightest hint of Nutri-Sweet, Sweet N Low, etc. Honey - well it's great in tea but just doesn't work for coffee. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mrs. Phun