Health Benefits in Whole Cane Sugar

Whole cane sugar is extracted from the juice of sugar cane. This liquid is cooked in metallic pans until it is fully crystallized.
As it does not go through a refining process, whole cane sugar preserves all the richness of mineral salts (calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, etc.), fiber and vitamins which are related naturally to the sucrose present in sugar cane.
Unlike white sugar, it provides essential substances to our body; it is rich in natural sucrose, for which reason it is easily absorbed and digested.
It is rich in essential substances such as:

  • Dietary fiber which slows down sugar absorption, thus allowing for a more balanced assimilation of food products. It also helps the body store natural energy for longer periods of time.
  • Calcium and phosphorus, which favor blood clotting, and are essential for dental and bone formation and maintenance.
  • Iron, which is vital to prevent anemia.
  • Potassium, which helps in our metabolic process.

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