- Zero Calorie Natural Sweetener
- Tastes Like Sugar - With No Aftertaste
- Cooks and Bakes Like Sugar
- Available in 100-ct Packets
We love sugar... and we love the things that sugar makes taste really good; like cookies, cakes, candy, ice cream, and sodas. Not only does sugar taste good, it makes us momentarily feel good. Over the last 30 years, our consumption of high-fructose corn syrup (fructose is a sugar that occurs naturally in fruit) has increased from .5 lb/person yearly to over 60 lb/person yearly! Our passion for sugar continues to create numerous health-related problems for our society that will soon reach epidemic proportions. Sugar wreaks havoc with our insulin levels, which causes impaired glucose uptake, reduced insulin signaling, and insulin resistance. This more often than not leads to dangerously high levels of blood glucose and potentially deleterious insulin-related disorders. Sugar is also doing something else that goes hand-in-hand with these insulin-related issues. It's making all of us, including our children, really fat.
Naturally Sweet™ is a Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Weight Control & Energy and Health & Wellness product designed to augment Hi-Tech's arsenal of weight control products by providing an escape plan from sugar and artificial sweeteners, such as aspartame, that come with a nasty aftertaste and a long trail behind them of questionable health and safety concerns. Naturally Sweet™ is an absolutely delicious, zero-calorie sweetener made from a proprietary blend of naturally-occurring sugars. Naturally Sweet™ has been called the "Sugar Imposter" or "Sugar Clone" because it tastes like sugar and also bakes and cooks just like sugar. Naturally Sweet™ is a natural sweetener that is perfect for coffee, tea, and other beverages that are normally sweetened with sugar or artificial sweeteners. Naturally Sweet™ can also be used in place of sugar when baking, which results in delicious, reduced calorie desserts and other baked goods. Naturally Sweet™ looks, feels, and tastes just like sugar, but that's where the similarities end.