Lakanto Monk Fruit Sweetener
Saraya Health Lakanto Monkfruit - All Natural Healthy Sweetener smells and tastes delicious with all your favorite dishes, cooked or raw, desserts or drinks.
- Kosher Certified
- Zero Calories - Your Body Excretes About 90% Of It
- Zero Impact on Blood Sugar or Insulin
- Zero GMOs
- Zero Bitter or Chemical Aftertaste
- 100% All Natural, All Purpose
- 1:1 Sugar Replacement
- Ideal For Weight Management
- No Colors, Preservatives or Additives of Any Kind
- Does Not Feed the Harmful Yeast (Candida) and Bacteria in Your Body
- Looks Like Sugar, Tastes Like Sugar, Bakes Like Sugar, Smells Like Sugar
Lakanto can be used just like regular sugar, it adds delicious sweetness to coffee or tea, baked goods, and much more! You can use Lakanto in anything that you desire to be sweeter! Lakanto gives you the flavor of sugar, without the many negative health effects of sugar.
Lakanto® is a proprietary blend of two uniquely processed ingredients, Erythritol and the Luo Han Guo fruit. Erythritol is a sugar alcohol produced through the fermentation of non-GMO certified corn. It exists in many foods such as grapes, mushrooms, cheese, wine and beer. Lakanto is the only sugar alcohol that is made from fermentation, unlike other sugar alcohols that are made from hydrogenation. Many people suffer from digestive problems from consuming sugar alcohols, but due to the fermentation process of Lakanto, these digestive upsets will not occur.
The other ingredient - high purity Luo Han Guo extract - is what makes Lakanto so unique. This prized health giving fruit grows high in the pristine Chinese mountains, in the Guangxi province. The Luo Han Guo fruit (Monk Fruit) exhibits antioxidant and anti inflammatory properties as well as many other health benefits, and is 300 times sweeter than sucrose.
What is the difference between LAKANTO Classic and LAKANTO Golden?
Golden has a flavor similar to brown sugar or molasses
Classic has a flavor more similar to table sugar
OVER A THOUSAND YEARS AGO in remote mountain highlands of Asia, a group of Buddhist monks called the Luohan, achieved enlightenment through meditation, prayer and pure living. On the slopes of a primeval forest, the monks discovered and cultivated a rare fruit prized for its sweetness. This scared fruit was named Monk Fruit, or Luohan Guo, after its devoted caretakers and was used in elixirs to increase chi, or life energy.