What’s all the buzz about agave nectar? Inulin, for starters. It’s the naturally occurring fiber which means you feel full faster, which is all the better. It’s naturally low-glycemic too. Plus, since it’s sweeter than white sugar, you won’t use as much. Not bad for a desert-dwelling succulent.
Use agave in place of sugar, honey or syrup in all of your recipes. Makes a great sweetener for coffee, tea and lemonade. Drizzle on oatmeal, plain yogurt and pancakes for a healthy and natural start to your day.
So long, sugar
Natural, low-glycemic sweetener from the nectar of the agave plant.
We keep naturally occurring inulin in our agave. That’s the fiber that makes you feel satisfied.
Less is more
This sugar replacement is sweeter than white sugar, so you save calories by using less.