Why can't we use agave nectar ? X

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autieflipper
almost 4 years

Everything is sugar. But some is processed which is bad for you then there are ones that are healthy for you that are not processed. There u go Madeleine has just explained above me

Madeleine Shaw
almost 4 years

Hey lovely, honey and maple syrup are full of other vitamins and antioxidants so the sugar is all natural and absorbed into your body at a much slower rate. This means it's low GI and you don't get that sugar rush followed by the fall xx

Jenny Quinn
almost 4 years

So much conflict on sugar! Feeling confused?! 😔 to me it all contains sugar...

autieflipper
almost 4 years

http://www.tesco.com/groceries/product/details/?id=289997362

autieflipper
almost 4 years

Jenny Tiana honey or hill tops honey are raw honey. I prefer Tiana as it has all the enzymes in

alliepants1
almost 4 years

It's it's 100% and had no additives, I'm not sure why not?! 🤔

jay-lincs
almost 4 years

I bought it in tesco. 100% raw wildflower honey. It's lovely.

Jenny Quinn
almost 4 years

I have organic agave but not sure if to use it? X

alliepants1
almost 4 years

I have 100%. organic agave. It's actually quite bitter. So I haven't used it since I bought it! Tut! 🙄

Jenny Quinn
almost 4 years

Where can I buy raw honey?? Can't seem to find it. Surely that's high sugar? Xx

jay-lincs
almost 4 years

I don't know about the alkaline bit but in the glow book it says agave is highly processed, whereas raw honey isn't.

Jenny Quinn
almost 4 years

Surely honey, maple syrup etc are still sugar??

Jenny Quinn
almost 4 years

But others say it's good and very alkaline so better for IBS...?? So many conflicting views 😔

autieflipper
almost 4 years

Agave is highly processed and has 80% fructose reading a comment on Madeleine page

autieflipper
almost 4 years

Says to have honey, dates, maple syrup, stevia, coconut sugar, xylitol

autieflipper
almost 4 years

Madeleine book says to avoid agave

jay-lincs
almost 4 years

Is it because it's still a sugar, albeit natural?