White Sugar Sweetener
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LC Foods' Sweet White Sweetener is diabetic friendly, low carb, sugar free, high fiber and gluten free. Fill your baked goods with the sweetness of sugar the healthy way! Completely without cane sugar, corn sugar or beet sugar! That’s right, we have created a patent pending product that is made from a fiber base with organic stevia rebaudiana leaf, natural herbal extracts and natural luo han guo Chinese fruit extracts.
There is no bitter aftertaste, and no alcohol sugars. It spoons out one for one like sugar and tastes like sugar for all your white sugar sweetening needs in your favorite recipes and beverages as a substitute for table sugar. This is the best sweetener you will find on the market, with no bitter aftertaste, guaranteed!
LC-Sweet - vs- Splenda Important Information
LC-Sweet® Bulking agent ingredients: Inulin (from chicory root) fiber & digestive resistant polydextrose fiber
Wikipedia explains: Chicory root & polydextrose fibers are both soluble dietary fibers which are a pre-biotic (a non-digestible food ingredients) that stimulate the growth and/or activity of bacteria in the digestive system.
LC-Sweet® Carb Counts
1 tsp = .1g net carbs (2.8g - 2.7g fiber = .1g net carbs)
1/2 cup = 2.6g net carbs (66.8g - 64.2g fiber = 2.6g net carbs)
1 cup = 5.3g net carbs (133.6g - 128.3g fiber = 5.3g net carbs)
Splenda® Brand Granular Sweetener.
Bulking agent ingredients: Maltodextrin (also dextrose (simple sugar) added in splenda® brand packets)
Wikipedia explains: Maltodextrin is easily digestible, being absorbed as rapidly as glucose (also known as D-glucose, dextrose, simple sugar, or grape sugar, and is a monosaccharide simple sugar.). The European Union's CN code calls it glucose syrup, and in definition glucose syrup contains over 90% glucose. Wikipedia also explains that “Glucose Syrup” is made from the hydrolysis of starch, and maize is most commonly used as the source of this starch, in which case this syrup by definition is actually "Corn Syrup". Glucose syrup can also be made from other starchy crops, including potatoes, wheat, barley, rice and cassava, which are all higher in carbohydrates.
Splenda® Granular Carb Counts
1 tsp = 0.5g net carbs
1/2 cup = 12g net carbs
1 cup = 24g net carbs