A delicious and healthy snack, Dried White Mulberry for the perfect low-sugar substitute for raisins in your breakfast cereal.
When you have to watch your blood sugar level constantly, you have to forget about most of the dried fruits – or fruits as a whole. But dried white mulberry is different because it helps lower your blood sugar level instead of causing a spike. Dried white mulberry contains chemical compounds which can shut down sugar processing. This compound, DNJ or Mulberry 1-deoxynojirimycin, is an advised dietary supplement for lowering sugar levels and preventing diabetes. However, as with everything, you have to be considerate of the amount of mulberry you eat.
What are the other health benefits of white mulberry?
Moreover, this low-sugar substitute for raisins can also lower your cholesterol. Thus, this natural remedy for cholesterol will help you lower your ‘bad cholesterol’ and raise the ‘good cholesterol’. Moreover, dried white mulberry supports your immune system by activating your white blood cells.
Furthermore, you can benefit from its high fibre content which will support a healthy intestine. Since mulberry is high in antioxidants, your immune system will get stronger and will fight even more fiercely against free radicals. One particular antioxidant in white mulberry could slow the ageing process and help us have a long life.
How can you use dried white mulberry in the kitchen?
Do you have ideas how to use sultanas or raisins in your cooking and baking? You can use this dried mulberry the same way. You can include it to any healthy snack, make it part of your breakfast cereal or add them to a delicious paleo chocolate muffin.
Nutrition details of Szafi Reform Dried Mulberry in 100 g:
Energy: 348 Kcal / 1456 KJ
Protein: 9.6 g
Carbohydrates: 65.1 g of which sugar is 54g, and of which polyols: 0g
Fat: 2.6 g of which saturated fat is 0.2 g
Fibre: 11.3 g
Salt: 0.17 g
Calcium: 259 mg (32% NRV=Nutrient Reference Values, recommendations for nutritional intake for adults)
Iron: 12.3 mg (88% NRV=Nutrient Reference Values, recommendations for nutritional intake for adults)
Riboflavin (Vitamin B2): 0.6 mg (43% (32% NRV=Nutrient Reference Values, recommendations for nutritional intake for adults)