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Low Glycemic Index And Inculcating Low Glycemic Food Into Your Diet



The Glycemic Index (GI) is a relative ranking of carbohydrate in foods according to how they affect blood glucose levels. Carbohydrates are essential components of your everyday diet. They play a crucial role in generating energy for you to function on a daily basis. Only an optimal level of carbohydrate intake can stabilise the blood glucose levels while complementing your everyday health. 






Studies have consistently proven that following a diet with foods with  a low glycemic index have contributed to weight loss, reduce blood sugar levels, improve heart health and also check Type-2 Diabetes. The glycemic index (GI) is a measure that ranks foods according to their effect on your blood sugar levels. It was created in the early 1980s by Dr. David Jenkins, a Canadian professor. This is a standard yardstick used to measure the carbohydrate content in your food. Diets that comprise foods with Low-Glycemic Index are going to be the future with the growing number of epidemics. Our two major products comprising Low Glycemic Index are Jaggery and Coconut Sugar. 





According to the estimates of the International Diabetes Federation (IDF), globally 415 million people are suffering from diabetes (with global prevalence: 8.8%). This epidemic is the silent killer which most of the people are not really aware of while consuming their staple diets; These  alarming statistics create a need for better alternatives for table sugar such as Jaggery and Coconut Sugar:

Jaggery: Jaggery is a traditional Indian sweetener made from sugarcane and often considered to be a healthy substitute for sugar; It delivers a wide range of benefits as compared to sugar.

*Rich in Iron: Jaggery is quite rich in its content of folate and iron and it helps in the prevention of Anaemia. It also prevents fatigue of the human body.

*Blood purifier: Consuming Jaggery regularly has an ability to purify blood and boosts immunity. 

*Mineral-rich: Rich in Selenium & Zinc and these help in preventing free radical damage. 

*Boosts Skin Health: It acts as a cleansing agent as it can get rid of toxins in your body and boost your overall skin health. 

*Improves Metabolism: High mineral content of Jaggery and high levels of Potassium help in the management of weight and boost your overall metabolism. 

*Jaggery is often used as a remedy for cough & cold. 


*COCONUT SUGAR: The harmful effects of added sugar is increasingly becoming more evident. People are looking for healthier substitutes that have made many of them opt for coconut sugar. This sugar is derived from the coconut palm tree and is more nutritious and has lower glycemic levels than table sugar. 


Here are some of the many things found in coconut sugar that makes it so great:

1) Electrolytes

Coconut sugar contains potassium, magnesium, and sodium, which are all essential for regulating your body’s water content as well as many hearts, nerve, and muscle functions. It has nearly 400 times more potassium than regular sugar.

2) Low-glycemic index

Regular table sugar has a glycemic index (GI) of 65, while coconut sugar has a GI of 35. This is much closer to the GI of the sugar that’s naturally found in fruits, which is around 25.

3) Minerals

Coconut sugar contains iron, zinc, and calcium, which can have many health benefits, including stronger bones.

4) Nitrogen

Nitrogen helps support the cardiovascular system and helps keep your heart healthy.

5) Raw antioxidants

Since coconut sugar is just dehydrated coconut sap, it’s considered a raw food—this means that it retains all the rich antioxidants found in the original source. Antioxidants fight off the oxidation of cells in the body, which helps combat aging.

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