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Natural vs Artificial Low Glycemic Sweeteners

What’s the Difference?

When it comes to losing weight or living a healthier lifestyle, sweeteners can be like a double-edged sword. On the one hand, they provide a sweet taste without all the sugar and calories that come with regular sugar. But on the other hand, artificial sweeteners often contain chemicals that can be harmful in large doses. So what’s the difference between natural and artificial sweeteners? Let’s take a look!

Natural Sweeteners

Natural sweeteners are derived from plant sources such as fruits and vegetables. Low GI natural sweeteners include allulose, erythritol, monk fruit, stevia, and xylitol. These types of sweeteners have been around for centuries and have been used as natural alternatives to sugar for centuries. They are typically much lower in calories and carbohydrates than sugar and do not cause spikes in blood sugar levels like regular sugar does. Additionally, many of them contain trace amounts of minerals and antioxidants which may offer some health benefits when consumed in moderation. Keto Factory offers natural low glycemic sweetener blends without hidden ingredients that will spike your insulin levels. However, many other brands claim their product is sugar free, but the truth is that their blend of sweeteners contains higher Glycemic Index sweeteners ingredients. Don’t be fooled by their slick packaging – always read the ingredient list before you consume so you know exactly what’s going into your body! You may see Stevia or Monk fruit on front labels, only to find added Maltodextrin (GI 110) and Dextrose/Glucose (GI 100) on the back packaging ingredients list, which can have even higher glycemic index than sugar itself.

Artificial Sweeteners

Artificial sweeteners are chemical compounds that are synthesized in laboratories to mimic the taste of sugar without adding any calories or causing spikes in blood sugar levels. Popular examples include saccharin, aspartame, sucralose, and neotame. Although these types of sweeteners are much sweeter than regular sugar, they contain very few (or no) calories due to their chemical structure. However, some studies suggest that long-term consumption of artificial sweeteners may lead to an increased risk of certain diseases such as cancer and diabetes so caution should be taken if consuming them regularly over extended periods of time.

Results may vary from person to person based on individual tolerance threshold, so it is always best to consult your doctor before using any type of artificial or natural sweetener if you have any underlying medical conditions or concerns about your health.

In conclusion, both natural and artificial sweeteners are alternatives to regular table sugar but it is important to remember that Natural sweeteners with a low glycemic index are the best choice. Get informed with Keto Factory today and make a better choice for yourself!