Princess wrote:Agave nectar. Look into it.
I did look into it just now .__.
All there is is an effton of criticism and debate that it's being marketed as a "healthy sweetener" is false due to a high fructose sugar-type content. (table sugar is sucrose.) v__v; Everyone has their own opinion on nutrition, and everyone gets their information somewhere different and believes it to be the ultimate source.
Look, I'm not a believer in there being a way to cheat the system somehow D: Using an artificial sweetener is no way to pursue a sugar free diet. Agave Nectar is seen as a healthy sweetener, but my point is that it's still a sweetener. Fructose may have some benefits as a sweetener due to have a much lower glycemic impact on the bloodstream. But fructose isn't a sweetener you want more of by any mean either, as just like all the others it can lead to pre-diabetic conditions. And like all the other ones, it produces extra glucose which feed that bad bacteria in the stomach that is causing me health issues.
In other words, to me, no sugar out there can replace not eating sugars. I'm keeping it to sugars in fruits and some veggies and leaving it at that.