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Ecoideas - Monkfruit 454g

$8.39$10.49

Once the fruit was dried, the Asians made a medicinal herbal tea from it, not only known for its antioxidant properties but also for its pleasant sweet taste. Since then, research has proven that this fruit used by the sages could not only be used as a natural sweetener but was also good for your health without counting calories. This plant, also known as the fruit of longevity, is also used in traditional Chinese medicine to treat diabetes, obesity and certain inflammatory conditions. On a scientific level, the monk's fruit derives its sweetness from the antioxidants it contains, whose sweetening power is 300 times greater than that of sugar. This particularity makes it unique in itself. Although it has been consumed by Asians for centuries, it has also been the subject of scientific research. In 2009, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted it the status of "Generally Recognized as Safe" in the United States. Since then, several American companies have adopted it to create "healthier" and lower sugar products.

 
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Once the fruit was dried, the Asians made a medicinal herbal tea from it, not only known for its antioxidant properties but also for its pleasant sweet taste. Since then, research has proven that this fruit used by the sages could not only be used as a natural sweetener but was also good for your health without counting calories. This plant, also known as the fruit of longevity, is also used in traditional Chinese medicine to treat diabetes, obesity and certain inflammatory conditions.

On a scientific level, the monk's fruit derives its sweetness from the antioxidants it contains, whose sweetening power is 300 times greater than that of sugar. This particularity makes it unique in itself.

Although it has been consumed by Asians for centuries, it has also been the subject of scientific research. In 2009, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted it the status of "Generally Recognized as Safe" in the United States.

Since then, several American companies have adopted it to create "healthier" and lower sugar products.