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I’ve long avoided sweeteners like this but having recently read a fair bit about agave syrup nothing yet has deterred me from giving it a go. I only eat whole foods but to my mind the sap of the agave plant is the only edible part. I mean you wouldn’t eat the leaf right? So we start with a whole food imo. Then it is filtered (as is honey), and either heated or fermented with enzymes. Both processes seem fine to me – I don’t have a problem with boiling and I don’t have a problem with adding enzymes to change it’s nutritional composition. Nothing further is extracted.
So we end up with a syrup that is high in fructose. Also fine with me. I know already from eating honey that I am only able to tolerate runny (high fructose) honeys such as Acacia. I am the first person to notice when overly sugary foods upset my blood sugar levels. So far Agave has not had any noticeable harmful effects. I also think that we do ourselves a disservice by terming it as a sweetener. It is the sap from a most remarkable plant and perhaps dhoukd interest ourselves more with its potentially unique health- promoting properties.
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