What is Monk Fruit?
Monk fruit happens to be a small, melon-like fruit that has been cultivated in southern China for hundreds of years now. This fruit is named after the early Buddhist monks, who cultivated it centuries ago. Also known as lo han guo or Swingle fruit, monk fruit belongs to the same family like that of melon and pumpkin
Great for Cooking and Baking: White sugar substitute that's perfect for cookies, coffee, desserts, and other sweet, sugar-free treats. It tastes, bakes, and cooks like sugar. Made with only monk fruit sweetener and erythritol.
Matches the Sweetness of Sugar: A healthy 1-to-1 alternative to ordinary sugar. Monk fruit contains zero calories and is about 250 times sweeter than sugar.
Lifestyle Friendly: Works with ketogenic, diabetic,, paleo, vegan, low-sugar, non-GMO, and all-natural diets. Monk fruit sweetener may help with weight loss.
Sweet with No Guilt, Zero Glycemic Response: Contains zero net carbs, zero calories, and is zero-glycemic. Monk fruit sweetener is safe for most people and can help manage blood sugar levels. Great for everyone of all ages.