Glucose and fructose are the two types of sugars found in just about everything. However, there is a third entity that sneaks into your food items, we call this baby sucrose. What is sucrose? Read on and we’ll find out.
It's impossible to ignore our sweet tooth, but thankfully healthy sugar substitutes make it simple to keep sugar consumption low while still indulging in yummy sweet treats. Grape Nectar conquers all sugar alternatives as it is lowest in sugar content and calorie count per teaspoon!
Low glycemic index foods or snack items keep one’s blood insulin levels stable while the body retains nutrients and uses carbohydrates/sugars as energy. Calories from high glycemic foods are stored as fat - who wants that?! Learn more fascinating facts about the Glycemic Index!