Why Coconut Sugar?

CocoRoselle Coconut Sugar Sachets

Like raw honey, natural coconut sweeteners contain a variety of minerals, vitamin C, 17 amino acids, and nearly the entire B complex. CocoRoselle Organic Coconut sugar is low on the glycemic index (35) and also has a neutral pH balance, so it does not add acidity to the body. Best for using as you would use brown sugar. It has a nutty flavor, but does not taste like coconut.

Coconut sap sugar is an all-natural wholefood which is not artificial or related to by-products of refined sugar cane.

It contains no chemicals, is pesticide free and is totally unrefined.

Coconut sugar is produced 100% from the sweet, water sap that drips from the cut flowers buds of organically grown coconut palms.

We all know we shouldn’t eat too much sugar, especially refined sugars. Refined sugars are causing metabolic syndrome, a collection of conditions (such as high blood pressure, carrying too much fat around your abdomen, and high blood sugar) that often occur together and increase your risk of type 2 diabetes, stroke and heart disease.


Then how about synthetic sugars such as Stevia, Splenda and Equal? We recommend you to read the below articles and re-think again.

Splenda goes from ‘safe’ to ‘caution’ after leukemia found in mice  - published on MSN News Jun 2013

7 side effects of drinking diet soda - published on MSN Healthy Living Sep 2013

Known side effects of Stevia - published on livestrong Oct 2013

Sarah Wilson said the white stuff has made me crankier, puffier, foggier and sicker than usual – published on The Age Jan 2013

Stop blaming for eating too much and not exercising enough for obesity. What causes it? - video published by ABC Aug 2013

Coconut Sugar is a great refined sugar substitute. Say NO to refined sugars - published by Rich Cohen via National Geographic Aug 2013

Sugary drinks tinker with vital proteins in the brain – published by Jane Franklin at the behavioural neuropharmacology lab at Macquarie University, Sydney Nov 2013