Many people ask me whether it's any better than refined white sugar.
I have spent many hours researching the answer to that question and have some interesting information to share.
The more sucrose, the more it raises your blood sugar.
During refinement, the sugarcane juice is pressed from the sugar cane and boiled at high temperatures.
Funny, the white sugar requires more resources and energy to produce, so one would think that it should cost more.
However, it costs less than evaporated cane juice, because people are willing to pay more for products that sound like they're "natural", regardless of the truth.
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If you're an avid ingredient label reader like me, you've probably seen "evaporated cane sugar" or "evaporated cane juice" on just about every packaged food product in the health food store.
Raw natural sugar has a balance of sucrose, glucose, and fructose, whereas refined sugars are almost exclusively sucrose (the fructose and glucose have been washed out).
The minerals required to digest sugar are calcium, phosphorous, chromium, magnesium, cobalt, copper, iron, zinc and manganese.
It also contains vitamins A, C, B1, B2, B6, niacin, and pantothenic acid, which work synergistically with the minerals to nourish the body.
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The boiling destroys the enzymes and many of the nutrients.