Low GI Honey

A Natural Low GI Sweetener

Introducing Capilano Low GI Honey, a specially selected blend of Australian premium eucalypt honey endorsed by the Glycemic Index Foundation as Low GI. The naturally occurring sugar profile of this specially selected 100% Australian honey influences the way it is digested in the body, and its GI rating. With a beautifully flavoured, lingering sweet taste, Capilano Low GI Honey is perfect for your everyday sweetening needs. Capilano Low GI Honey is a licensed food in the Glycemic Index Symbol program. You can learn more about the GI Symbol here.

What is Low GI Honey? 

The Glycemic Index (GI) is a relative ranking of carbohydrate in foods according to how they affect blood glucose levels. Those with a low GI value (55 or less) are more slowly digested, absorbed and metabolised and cause a lower and slower rise in blood glucose. An accurate determination of the GI values of food can only be measured using valid scientific methods. It cannot be guessed by looking at the composition of the food or the nutrition information panel on food packaging. Capilano Low GI honey has been tested low GI (42) by an independent laboratory using approved methodology based on the international standards for testing.

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Sustained Energy

The GI Symbol is your trusted guide to healthier food choices. Foods that carry the GI Symbol meet strict nutrient criteria and the GI value is certified as accurate. Following a low GI diet can be an easy way to enjoy sustained energy and help look after your general health. Learn more about the benefits of a Low GI diet here.

Capilano Low GI Honey nutritional information

Ingredients: 100% Australian Low GI Honey

Storage instructions: Store at room temperature

Avg QuantityPer ServePer 100g
Fat - Total0g0g
- Saturated0g0g
- Trans0g0g
- Sugars*11.4g75.8g

*Sugars naturally occurring in honey.

Where to buy Capilano Low GI Honey

  • Woolworths
  • Coles

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