What is Agave Nectar?
Agave nectar is a natural
sweetener, like stevia, honey
and maple syrup.
Agave nectar is a natural
sweetener, like stevia, honey
and maple syrup.
It’s harvested from the
agave plant found in
the:
Agave nectar is a natural
sweetener, like stevia, honey
and maple syrup.
It’s harvested from the
agave plant found in
the:...
Agave nectar is a natural
sweetener, like stevia, honey
and maple syrup.
It’s harvested from the
agave plant found in
the:...
Agave nectar is a natural
sweetener, like stevia, honey
and maple syrup.
It’s harvested from the
agave plant found in
the:...
Agave nectar is harvested from
the agave plant after letting the
plant grow for 7-14 years. Then:
Agave nectar is harvested from
the agave plant after letting the
plant grow for 7-14 years. Then:
1. The leaves are cut of...
Agave nectar is harvested from
the agave plant after letting the
plant grow for 7-14 years. Then:
1. The leaves are cut of...
Agave nectar is harvested from
the agave plant after letting the
plant grow for 7-14 years. Then:
1. The leaves are cut of...
Agave nectar is harvested from
the agave plant after letting the
plant grow for 7-14 years. Then:
1. The leaves are cut of...
Is Agave Nectar Just a Fad?
Is Agave Nectar Just a Fad?
 People

are always looking for sugar
alternatives and healthier options.
Is Agave Nectar Just a Fad?


Agave nectar
provides a sugar
substitute that is
1.5 times
sweeter than
regular table
sugar...
Is Agave Nectar Just a Fad?
 Because

agave is
nectar and not
related to
animal
products, it
serves as
sweetener for
vega...
Is Agave Nectar Just a Fad?
 With

its lower
glycemic
index, it’s also
a great option
for those with
health
problems like...
How Does Agave Nectar
Taste?


The darker the
agave nectar,
the stronger the
molasses flavor.
Light nectar or
nectar from...
But Isn’t Agave Nectar High in
Fructose?
 Agave

nectar’s makeup contains a
higher degree of fructose than sugar or
high-...
But Isn’t Agave Nectar High in
Fructose?
 However,

fructose is easier to absorb into
the bloodstream, and it doesn’t lea...
But Isn’t Agave Nectar High in
Fructose?
 Nutrition-wise,

agave nectar contains
traces of calcium and iron and potassium...
How to Find the Best Agave
Nectar
 Just

because a jar of agave nectar says
“natural” doesn’t make it so. Some
companies ...
How to Find the Best Agave
Nectar
 To

find the best agave nectar, look for the
“organic” label. There are no guidelines
...
The sweet skinny on agave nectar
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Find the facts about agave nectar, a natural, organic sweetener that can be used as a healthier sugar substitute. Learn where it comes from, how it's harvested, and whether it's right for your diet and lifestyle.

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  1. 1. What is Agave Nectar?
  2. 2. Agave nectar is a natural sweetener, like stevia, honey and maple syrup.
  3. 3. Agave nectar is a natural sweetener, like stevia, honey and maple syrup. It’s harvested from the agave plant found in the:
  4. 4. Agave nectar is a natural sweetener, like stevia, honey and maple syrup. It’s harvested from the agave plant found in the: • Southern US
  5. 5. Agave nectar is a natural sweetener, like stevia, honey and maple syrup. It’s harvested from the agave plant found in the: • Southern US • Mexico
  6. 6. Agave nectar is a natural sweetener, like stevia, honey and maple syrup. It’s harvested from the agave plant found in the: • Southern US • Mexico • South America
  7. 7. Agave nectar is harvested from the agave plant after letting the plant grow for 7-14 years. Then:
  8. 8. Agave nectar is harvested from the agave plant after letting the plant grow for 7-14 years. Then: 1. The leaves are cut off the plant.
  9. 9. Agave nectar is harvested from the agave plant after letting the plant grow for 7-14 years. Then: 1. The leaves are cut off the plant. 2. The juice is extracted from the core.
  10. 10. Agave nectar is harvested from the agave plant after letting the plant grow for 7-14 years. Then: 1. The leaves are cut off the plant. 2. The juice is extracted from the core. 3. The juice is filtered, then heated to separate it into simple sugars.
  11. 11. Agave nectar is harvested from the agave plant after letting the plant grow for 7-14 years. Then: 1. The leaves are cut off the plant. 2. The juice is extracted from the core. 3. The juice is filtered, then heated to separate it into simple sugars. 4. The sugar juice is then concentrated into syrup.
  12. 12. Is Agave Nectar Just a Fad?
  13. 13. Is Agave Nectar Just a Fad?  People are always looking for sugar alternatives and healthier options.
  14. 14. Is Agave Nectar Just a Fad?  Agave nectar provides a sugar substitute that is 1.5 times sweeter than regular table sugar, allowing you to use less in recipes where agave is used instead of sugar.
  15. 15. Is Agave Nectar Just a Fad?  Because agave is nectar and not related to animal products, it serves as sweetener for vegan and raw food diets.
  16. 16. Is Agave Nectar Just a Fad?  With its lower glycemic index, it’s also a great option for those with health problems like diabetes.
  17. 17. How Does Agave Nectar Taste?  The darker the agave nectar, the stronger the molasses flavor. Light nectar or nectar from the white agave plant have neutral flavors.
  18. 18. But Isn’t Agave Nectar High in Fructose?  Agave nectar’s makeup contains a higher degree of fructose than sugar or high-fructose corn syrup.
  19. 19. But Isn’t Agave Nectar High in Fructose?  However, fructose is easier to absorb into the bloodstream, and it doesn’t lead to a “sugar crash” that usually comes from sugar consumption.
  20. 20. But Isn’t Agave Nectar High in Fructose?  Nutrition-wise, agave nectar contains traces of calcium and iron and potassium, while sugar has no such nutrients.
  21. 21. How to Find the Best Agave Nectar  Just because a jar of agave nectar says “natural” doesn’t make it so. Some companies process their agave nectar and still slap “natural” on the label.
  22. 22. How to Find the Best Agave Nectar  To find the best agave nectar, look for the “organic” label. There are no guidelines defining what food can be classified as “natural,” but to qualify as organic, companies’ products must meet certain standards.

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