Lakanto Monkfruit Sweetener, 1:1 Sugar Substitute, Keto, Non-GMO

Monkfruit Sweetener

Is Monkfruit Sweetener Truly Sugar Free? Monkfruit, also known as luo han guo or Lo Han Kuo, is a small fruit grown in Southeast Asia.

Monkfruits are full of antioxidants and have been used to heal wounds throughout history. Monkfruits are so sweet that they can be 12 times sweeter than sugar without the calories or blood sugar level spikes.

Monkfruit is rich in antioxidants, but Monkfruit is NOT calorie-free unlike other sweeteners like erythritol and stevia, Monkfruit still contains trace amounts of carbohydrates. Monkfruit is becoming one of the most popular sugar substitute on the market due to its incredible sweetness without any sugars. Monkfruit does not cause significant changes in blood glucose levels Monkfruit is gaining popularity due to its low calorie count, which makes Monkfruit ideal for weight loss programs Monkfruit has been used throughout history to help people with diabetes Monkfruit contains trace amounts of carbohydrates Monkfruit is one of the most popular sugar substitutes on the market Monkfruit can be 12 times sweeter than sugar Monkfruit contains antioxidants Monkfruit is still high in calories Monkfruit gives the sweetness without the blood glucose level spikes Monkfruit has been used to heal wounds.

About this item

  • Contains zero net carbs, zero calories, and is zero-glycemic; Perfect for cookies, coffee, desserts, and other sweet, sugar-free treats
  • Matches the sweetness of sugar; A healthy cup-for-cup alternative to ordinary sugar
  • Works with ketogenic, diabetic, candida, paleo, vegan, low-carb, low-sugar, non-GMO, and all-natural diets
  • White sugar substitute for baking and cooking
  • A mix of monk fruit extract and erythritol with no fiber, no maltodextrin, and no artificial flavoring or sweeteners

Safety Information

Erythritol, a main ingredient in this Lakanto Monkfruit blend, is known to have side effects for some people, particularly when consumed in excessive amounts. While Erythritol side effects are rare, they may include diarrhea, stomach cramps/discomfort, headache, and bloating. In extremely rare cases, the use of Erythritol can cause an allergic reaction in the form of hives. The good news is that the use of Monk Fruit in this product significantly reduces the quantity of Erythritol necessary to replace sugar in your cooking and baking! However, because of the presence of Erythritol, we recommend that Lakanto Monkfruit Sweetener be tried in small doses at first in order to screen out the potential of any negative reaction.

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