XAVIES' GRANOLA consists of whole grains, pits and seeds, mixed with delicious seasonings and sweetened with agave syrup. This mixture is then baked in the oven into a crispy, fragrant GRANOLA. The baking process creates the delicious taste of toasted grains, seeds and nuts. Muesli is a mixture of cereal flakes and dried fruit. Muesli is not baked and is not crispy. The taste is less pronounced because the flakes are not toasted.
XAVIES' GRANOLA consists of whole grains, pits and seeds, mixed with delicious seasonings and sweetened with agave syrup. This mixture is then baked in the oven into a crispy, fragrant GRANOLA. The baking process creates the delicious taste of toasted grains, seeds and nuts. This mixture is then baked in the oven into a crispy, fragrant GRANOLA.
Cruesli is a mixture of cereal flakes, sugar (syrup) and dried fruit. Cruesli is also baked and is crispy. Cruesli usually contains more fast sugars, more fat and various additives. A lot of fast sugars, which enter your blood stream in half an hour to three-quarters of an hour after your meal only to disappear from it just as quickly, which makes that you quickly feel hungry again. And this is exactly what makes fast sugars the biggest enemy of a healthy diet.
Agave syrup is made by thickening the juice of the agave plant, a cactus-like plant from South America.
Agave syrup is very sweet, 25% sweeter than regular granulated sugar, so we have to use less of it to obtain a sweet taste. The agave nectar has a much lower glycemic index than ordinary granulated sugar. A low glycemic index ensures that the energy is gradually released into the body, which is better for your body than the rapid sugar intake of regular sugar.
This is because granulated sugar is chemically different from agave syrup. Normal sugar consists of sucrose, half of which consists of fructose and the other half of glucose. Agave nectar in its pure form contains 90% fructose, the rest is glucose. Because of its extremely high fructose content, agave syrup has a low glycemic index.
The glycemic index or GI is a measure of the increase in blood sugar levels after a meal.
Carbohydrates that are rapidly broken down during digestion and release their glucose quickly into the bloodstream have a high glycemic index. Foods with a low GI do not cause a blood sugar levels to rise and therefore cause no insulin peak.
Insulin makes you hungry. When eating foods with a high GI, insulin production quickly increases. The released sugar is quickly transported to the cells where it is absorbed. The sugar has been absorbed, but is there still insulin in the blood? The result is that the cells are fed, yet the sugar concentration in the blood rapidly decreases, which you experience as a hunger craving.