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Cane sugar, liquid sweeteners, honey, maple syrup, artificial sweetener etcs
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Umoyo Natural Health
Umoyo Natural Health
Natural health
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K130
Xylitol Sweetener
Sugar & Sweeteners
Umoyo Natural Health
A sugar substitute that has about 40% fewer calories & 75% fewer carbohydrates. Is slowly absorbed and metabolized. Suitable for diabetics and slimmers.
Umoyo Natural Health
Umoyo Natural Health
Natural health
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K160
Blackstrap Molasses
Sugar & Sweeteners
Umoyo
A slightly bittersweet sugar replacement that is rich in iron, calcium, potassium & B vitamins. It boosts the immune system & controls blood sugar levels
Umoyo Natural Health
Umoyo Natural Health
Natural health
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K135
Stevia Liquid - 150ml
Sugar & Sweeteners
Health Connection Wholefoods
A sweet, smooth-tasting herbal liquid sweetener, extracted from the leaf of the stevia plant, that's suitable for diabetics and is vegan-friendly.
Umoyo Natural Health
Umoyo Natural Health
Natural health
Erythritol (Sugar Alternative) - 400g image
K150
Erythritol (Sugar Alternative) - 400g
Sugar & Sweeteners
Health Connection Wholefoods
Stevia blended with erythritol to provide the same sweetness as sugar, but 94% less energy (5 kJ per 5 g Erythritol & Stevia Blend vs 85 kJ per 5 g sugar).
Umoyo Natural Health
Umoyo Natural Health
Natural health
Stevia Powder  - 25g image
K180
Stevia Powder - 25g
Sugar & Sweeteners
Health Connection Wholefoods
A sweet herbal sweetener extracted from stevia plant leaves which contains zero calories and is used to replace traditional sugar.
Umoyo Natural Health
Umoyo Natural Health
Natural health
Stevia Tablets - 100 Tablets image
K160
Stevia Tablets - 100 Tablets
Sugar & Sweeteners
Health Connection Wholefoods
A great organic and kosher sugar replacement for your favourite beverages. Stevia is used as a non-nutritive sweetener and herbal supplement.
Umoyo Natural Health
Umoyo Natural Health
Natural health
Erythritol and Stevia Blend - 400g image
K220
Erythritol and Stevia Blend - 400g
Sugar & Sweeteners
Health Connection Wholefoods
Erythritol works synergistically with stevia, to both enhance its flavour and add a fuller texture Overall, the sweetness delivery is clean and neutral.
Umoyo Natural Health
Umoyo Natural Health
Natural health
Coconut Sugar  - 300g image
K158
Coconut Sugar - 300g
Sugar & Sweeteners
Credé Natural Oils
An organic and sweet alternative to regular sugar that offers malty notes & caramel hints in its flavour. Great for baked goods, biscuits & brownies.
Umoyo Natural Health
Umoyo Natural Health
Natural health
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K195
Meridian Date Syrup
Sugar & Sweeteners
Meridian Foods
A rich & sweet syrup made from dates that not only contains zero additives or preservatives but is a great sweetener alternative. Date Syrup tastes amazing with baked goods, or when drizzled on waffles, pancakes, fruits and vegetables.
Dynamax Distribution Ltd
Dynamax Distribution Ltd
Distribution and Merchandising
Canderel  Low Calorie Coffee & Tea Sweetener  20 Granular Sachets image
K13
Was K20! One Canderel stick/sachet contains 0,5 grams of sweetener and has the same sweetness as one sugar bell of 5 grams. It's mainly made from aspartame and also contains acesulfame k. These sweetener sticks are an ideal replacement for sugar in your coffee or tea and contain no calories. Canderel gives your food and hot drinks the delicious sweet taste you love without all the calories of sugar, so you can share sweet moments.

Sugar & Sweeteners

Cane sugar, liquid sweeteners, honey, maple syrup, artificial sweetener etcs

There are many forms of cane sugar, as well as sugar from other plants. In addition, there are liquid sweeteners such as honey and maple syrup, as well as an increasing number of artificial sweeteners such as Splenda and Truvia - Beet sugar, Brown sugar, Cane sugar, Date sugar, Demerara sugar, Fructose, Fruit sweetener, Jaggery, Maple sugar, Muscovado, Piloncillo, Raw sugar, Rock sugar, Sucanat, Turbinado and White refined sugar. Liquid sweeteners include the following - Barley malt syrup, Corn syrup, Honey, Malt syrup, Maple syrup, Maple honey, Molasses, Rice syrup and Sorghum molasses. Look for and find the sweetener of your choice from Zambian suppliers here. Sugar is an umbrella term for many types of simple carbohydrates, including white table sugar. Also called sucrose, this is the most common sweetener used in sweet desserts and baked goods. Sucrose is only one of several types of sugar naturally found in foods including fruits, vegetables, grains and dairy products.

Artificial sweeteners (sometimes called sugar alternatives) can replace sugar in foods and drinks to give you a sweet taste but with few or no calories. They are often several hundred times sweeter than sugar. So compared to sugar, only a little is needed for the same sweet taste.

Both sugar and artificial sweetener are addictive. But artificial sweeteners may be likelier to make you get hungry, eat more throughout the day and develop diabetes. Sugar is OK in limited amounts and in the context of a healthy diet. Eating a cookie you've made yourself is fine

They're low in calories, low in fructose, and taste very sweet. Here are 5 natural sweeteners that could be healthier alternatives to refined sugar.

Natural Sweeteners That Are Good for Your Health

  • Stevia. Stevia is a very popular low calorie sweetener.
  • Erythritol.
  • Xylitol.
  • Yacon syrup.
  • Monk fruit sweetener.

Six high-intensity sweeteners are FDA-approved as food additives in the United States: saccharin, aspartame, acesulfame potassium (Ace-K), sucralose, neotame, and advantame.

Stevia — in packet, drops or plant form — is a dietitian favourites. Not only does it contain zero calories, but stevia-based sweeteners are herbal as opposed to artificial. Stevia blended with a sugar alcohol called erythritol (Truvia®) works well in low-carb baked desserts, too.

Sugar substitutes and sweeteners

  • Maple syrup. Type: Natural sweetener.
  • Date paste. Type: Natural sweetener.
  • Honey.
  • Coconut sugar.
  • Agave nectar.
  • Monk fruit extracts (brand names: Nectresse, PureLo)
  • Stevia extracts (brand names: Pure Via, Truvia, SweetLeaf)
  • Xylitol (brand names: XyloSweet, Ideal, PolySweet)

Most harmful artificial sweetener

The worst of the worst culprits include aspartame (found in Equal and NutraSweet), sucralose (found in Splenda), and Saccharin (found in Sweet 'N Low). Many people who cut artificial sugars out of their diets report the improvement of many health problems including migraines, depression, IBS, weight gain, and more

When you remove aspartame from your diet, you may experience mood swings — ranging from happiness to sadness to even depression. Aspartame withdrawal can even lead to panic attacks, which cause thoughts of fear along with excessive perspiration and a rapid heartbeat.

From a calorie and sugar content perspective, the differences between sugar and honey are minimal, however, overall, honey contains slightly more health benefits than table sugar from its potential antioxidant, antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory properties.

Good substitutes for sugar in coffee include natural sweeteners like honey, stevia, and maple syrup.

  • Erythritol.
  • Monk Fruit Extract.
  • Stevia.
  • Agave Nectar.
  • Honey.
  • Maple Syrup.
  • Molasses.
  • Coconut Sugar.