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Brown sugar is a type of sugar that appears brown because of the presence of molasses -a byproduct made during the extraction of sugars from sugarcane and sugar beets. Our organic brown sugar is grown and naturally processed in the state of Maharashtra. It does not go through any bleaching process, unlike non-organic conventional sugar. Instead, organic okra powder is used as an alternative to chemicals used during the processing phase. This molasses-infused sugar is generally healthier and offers more nutrients than conventional white sugar. It contains plenty of micronutrients such as iron, calcium, potassium, copper, zinc, phosphorus.
Health Benefits of Organic Brown Sugar
- Improves digestion
Drinking a glass of warm water mixed with brown sugar and ginger can improve digestion.
- Helps in losing weight
Organic brown sugar has low calories and is known to boost the metabolism and makes hunger go away.
- Remedy for asthma
The anti-allergic properties of organic brown sugar can suppress the inflammatory symptoms of asthma.
- Improve skin health
The micronutrients in brown sugar like Vitamin B-6, niacin, and other minerals help to protect your skin from ageing effects and attain a rich skin.
- Relieve menstrual cramps
The potassium in brown sugar acts as a remedy for menstrual cramps and soothes the pain.
Uses of Organic Brown Sugar -
- You can replace your conventional sugar with brown sugar for baking. It adds flavour and vibrant colours to baked foods.
- Organic brown sugar can also be used to provide a flavour balance to the smoky barbecue sauce.
- You can use brown sugar in coffee or tea as a replacement for regular sugar.
Where Can I Buy Organic Brown Sugar Online?
You can now easily shop organic brown sugar online from Healthy Buddha's website or through the mobile app.
FAQs About Organic Brown Sugar
Why is it called brown sugar?
The molasses from sugar cane is what gives brown sugar its color. More the molasses darker is the color of the sugar.
How can brown sugar be stored to prevent hardening?
There is a chance for brown sugar to harden when its moisture evaporates. To retain its natural moisture store it in a airtight container.
Can I replace white sugar with brown sugar when baking?
Yes. You can replace white sugar with brown sugar when baking in a one-to-one ratio.You may also like
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