*Minimum recommended consumption of two tablespoons per day or two sticks, preferably first thing in the morning. For maximum absorption of iron, it is recommended to combine it with foods rich in vitamin C such as orange juice. **Recommended by nutritionists and doctors!
Sugar cane has provided sugar since ancient times, before being supplanted by sugar beet in the early 19th century.
Emelia molasses is a primary derivative of sugar cane. It sweetens without the effects of white beet sugar, it is a natural and not a chemical sweetener, it does not come from genetically modified foods, it has a low glycemic index (50) in contrast to other sweeteners, such as maltodextrin (150), glucose (100), corn syrup (75), white sugar (65) but also honey (50-75), which means it has a slow metabolism ical release and does not spike blood sugar levels as much as the above carbohydrates.It is the most suitable for confectionery, for sweets and pastries, such as bread, cakes, pretzels, bars, and for culinary use such as sweet and sour sauces, red sauces, marinades and salads. It combines perfectly with all recipes, improving the taste effect. It combines perfectly with juices, smoothies, tea, milk, yogurt, cereals, tahini, coffee. It is ideal for children, plain or mixed with their favorite products (cake or homemade hazelnut praline). It can be added to cocoa beans or cocoa for those who love chocolate. Tip: In the recipes, half the amount of molasses is required in relation to the corresponding amount of sugar indicated in the recipe.
“Prevention is better than cure” Hippocrates
It is suitable for dieters because:
A single spoonful or a stick of Emelia satisfies our need for sweets in a natural way, immediately but also long-term, since it fills the body’s stores with the necessary glucose it needs, causes a feeling of satiety and satisfies our need for sweets in a natural way. So we crave less and less sugar, hypoglycemic attacks and the risk of obesity and the diseases it causes, such as diabetes, are reduced.
It can stop the desire for junk food. It causes a feeling of satiety.
It has 15 calories per teaspoon.
**Experimental results presented at the Society for the Study of Eating Behavior (SSIB) in the United States show that supplementing with molasses extract can reduce weight, fat and regulate blood leptin levels. Additional studies have shown that consuming molasses leads to increased energy (calorie) excretion and increased gene expression for liver cell and fat cell biomarkers that control energy metabolism.