COCONUT FLOWER NECTAR
We source the coconut palm sap by cutting into the tree’s flower-bud stem to access its nectar and is far less processed than regular sugar which 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.
You will see it doesn’t give the ‘sugar crash’ most kids experience (and parents dread) on a daily basis.
It contains iron, zinc, and calcium, which can have many health benefits, including stronger bones.