Zsweet Improves Life For Diabetics, Overweight

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The modern world is entrenched in a love hate affair with sugar. It proliferates throughout our daily diet, we crave it, we adore it and yet it destroys our health.

Our passion for the substance has created epidemic levels in such areas as diabetes and obesity. It seems an addiction beyond the control of its victims.

There is a solution. Zsweet is a sugar alternative that is proven harmless to blood sugar levels. A clinical study by the Glycemic Index Laboratories in Toronto has shown that Zsweet has an ultra low glycemic response in humans. This means that diabetics can use Zsweet safely.

The product is made from an a natural ingredient called Erythritol, which originates in grapes and melons and has been approved by the E.U. in February '08.

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Zsweet is the result of years of research by a small American Company who's staff have all been affected by diabetes. The company's mission is to find and adopt intelligent food alternatives of the highest integrity and quality that taste good and are healthy.

Zsweet looks, feels and tastes just like regular sugar and unlike artificial sweeteners has no aftertaste. It can be used in teas, coffees and is perfect sprinkled over breakfast cereals. It is also ideal for cooking with equivalent measures to sugar.

Zsweet is a refreshing alternative not just for diabetics, but for anyone interested in an all natural product that does not contain artificial sweeteners. The commonly used sugar alternatives - saccharin, aspartame or sucralose - have long been subject to links with cancer.

There are no such worries with Zsweet, which is healthy and delicious. Indeed, the Z stands for zero calories, zero glycemic impact, zero aftertaste... and zero worries.

Says Cormac Walsh: "We've got the backing of doctors, nutritionists and other health professionals, who all agree that Zsweet is great for anyone looking for a natural, zero calorie alternative to sugar or artificial sweeteners."

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