Black strap molasses is the sweetener which packs the biggest punch by far. It delivers manganese, copper, iron, calcium, potassium, vitamin B6 and selenium. Molasses is formed in the refining process which takes cane sugar and turns it into table sugar. Black strap molasses is formed after the third boiling of the cane sugar. The reason black strap molasses is so good for you is because it has all the nutrients that table sugar lacks, harnessed in a powerful black syrup.
Blackstrap molasses appears to be the healthiest but if you are turned off by the taste, you can also try out barley malt and brown rice syrup.
Barley malt is created from sprouted barly and looks similar to molasses. The primary sugar is maltose and, most importantly, it contains no fructose.
Brown rice syrup is creating by cooking brown rice, brown rice flour, or brown rice starch with enzymes (usually from dried barley sprouts — AKA barley malt). It also primarily consists of maltose and contains no fructose.
I actually prefer organic honey as a sweetener. Honey contains many healthy benefits over sugar. It contains natural antioxidants, enyzmes, amino acids, vitamins and minerals. Honey is also a great source of calcium, iron, zinc, potassium, phosphorous, magnesium, copper, chromium, manganese and selenium.
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