1My recipe asks for 1 ½ cups of raw sugar. How much Skinny Sugar Raw do I use?
You use 1 ½ cups of Skinny Sugar Raw. The calculations are one for one with full sugar.
2My Recipe says I should whip my butter and white sugar till the mix turns light and creamy. What should I do with Skinny Sugar?
Simply follow the recipe on hand. Your mixture will lighten and go creamy in the same time and the same way as when you used full sugar.
3I want to use my mother’s shortbread recipe and it asks for white sugar. What happens if I replace that with Skinny Sugar White.
The result will be exactly the same as when you use full sugar. Don’t change the recipe or the temperature of the oven. Have faith in Mum’s recipe and your ability to create perfection.
1How do I store Skinny Sugar?
Simply store Skinny Sugar in the resealable pack that it came in or decant it into your normal sugar container.
1I’m a diabetic and want to reduce my G.I. fluctuations. What happens when I use Skinny Sugar.
You simply halve your G.I. intake. Skinny Sugar only has half the G.I. of full sugar. Therefore, you can use the same amount of Skinny Sugar but you will half the G.I. spikes that you would get with full sugar. The technical answer is: Skinny Sugar does not raise blood sugar to the same extent as full sugar– erythritol is considered suitable for people with diabetes because it does not raise plasma glucose or insulin levels.
1I am struggling to maintain my diet as I crave sugar. Can Skinny Sugar help?
Absolutely! Almost half of Skinny Sugar gets absorbed into the body way before it gets to the colon, where most of the bacteria reside. From the small intestine, it travels into the bloodstream. There it circulates for a while, until it is eventually excreted unchanged in the urine. So almost half of Skinny is expelled from the body without sitting on your hips, thighs or belly !!!!.
Effects on Children
1I’m concerned about increases in childhood obesity and tooth decay. How does Skinny Sugar affect these 2 critical issues?
Skinny Sugar only has half the calories of full sugar. Therefore it is a great aid in the fight against both childhood obesity and diabetes. One widely accepted side effect of sugar consumption is poor dental health, cavities and tooth decay. The harmful bacteria in the mouth can use sugar for energy. When these bacteria have plenty of energy, they grow, multiply and secrete acids that erode the enamel of the teeth. Skinny Sugar only provides half the energy source of full sugar. This helps to limit tooth decay in both children and adults.