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Lo Han Sweet (80 Grams Powder)

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      Jarrow Formulas Lo Han Sweet (80 Grams Powder)

      • Form: Powder

      • Serving Size: 2 SCOOPS

      • Number Of Servings: 40 Servings

      • Price Per Serving:  ($0.25 / serving)

      • Weight: 5 OZ

      • Allergens: Gluten Free

      • Specialty Diets: Vegan, Vegetarian

      Product Label

        LO HAN GUO is the fruit of Momordica grosvenorli, a plant cultivated in the mountain of southern China. Mogrosides, which are water extracted from the LO HAN fruit, offer a pleasan t taste, without affecting blood sugar.

        LO HAN SWEET TM) advantages:

        • Low Glycemic Index.
        • Heat Stable : Very stable under high temperature, and can be added to hot as well as cold foods. Suitable for cooking and baking .

        LO HAN SWEET ( TM) - LO HAN FRUIT JUICE CONCENTRATE --LO HAN GUO & XYLITOL

      Directions
      Use Lo Han Sweet to enhance taste. Mix with tea, coffee or other beverages, desserts and foods as desired. Suitable for vegetarians/vegans.

      Warning
      Keep out of reach of children. For human consumption only.

    • Does not contain
      Wheat, dairy, egg, fish/shellfish, gluten, peanuts/treenuts., soybeans

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      Lo Han Sweet Supplement Facts

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      Supplement Facts

      Serving Size 2 SCOOPS

      Servings Per Container 40.000000

        Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
      Calories N/A*
      Total Fat N/A*
      TRANS FAT N/A*
      Sodium N/A*
      Total Carbohydrate 2 Gm 1%
      Dietary Fiber 1 Gm 4%
      Sugar N/A*
      Sugar Alcohol 1 Gm N/A*
      Protein N/A*

      *Daily value not established

      Other Ingredients:

      Inulin FOS, (Fructooligosaccharide) and silicon dioxide.

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      My husband is borderline diabetic and is watching his consumption of certain foods and seasonings. This product has helped along with exercise and other herbs.
      Glenna M on Jun 30, 2015
      Better alternative to sugar (no blood sugar spike) and other artificial sweeteners. Going to compare it to Stevia extract.
      Sharon W on Feb 8, 2015
      new item to try
      Elaine W on Mar 15, 2015
      Dr. Oz said Lo Han is better than Stevia.
      Mary Ann H on Jul 7, 2013
      What amount of Xylytol and FOS is contained? or better yet what is the amount of MONK FRUIT CONCENTRATE is included?
      carlos d on Sep 8, 2014
      Best Answer: It doesn't state how much it in the bottle. I bought it in place of using sugar because it doesn't affect blood sugar. I use it for my tea since it can be used either for hot or cold drinks and can be used for baking.
      Reply · Report · Katherine B on Sep 8, 2014
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      I want to bake with Lo Hah Sweetener instead of sugar. How is it in relationship to sugar in measuring. Like 1 cup sugar equals how much Lo Han Sweetener?
      Elsie L on Aug 5, 2014
      Best Answer: Sorry, just use it in my tea. I don't bake wih it. It would not be equal swap, though...this stuff is too sweet.
      Reply · Report · Lucia D on Aug 5, 2014
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      We are considering carrying this Luo Han Guo in our shoppe in Patagonia, Arizona.

      Do you use the P & G patented process to make this product?

      And if yes, is there a way to access the P & G patent to see if it applies to, can you provide the link, or the patent number?

      We want to move away from xylitol, and want to avoid toxic processing.
      Paul M on May 19, 2013
      Best Answer: Is there such a thing as Lo Han without the xylitol? Doesn't xylitol come from sugar alcohol?
      Reply · Report · Nize A. K on Jul 27, 2013
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