Saturday, February 25, 2006

Sincere Affection For SweetPerfection

Look out sugar, there's a new kid in town that's got you beat!

Logical and forward-thinking people these days realize and know that sugar is one of the root causes of obesity and cannot be a part of a healthy lifestyle.

But don't you wish there was a naturally sweet alternative to sugar that is completely sugar-free, low in carbohydrates, tastes sweet without a funky aftertaste, is full of healthy fiber, and can be used exactly like sugar in recipes?

Well, wish no more because your dream has now become a reality. It's called SweetPerfection!

From the makers of the incredible ChocoPerfection chocolate bars, SweetPerfection was created to be an "all-natural sweetener" made from ground chicory root to provide a very fine soluable fiber product that looks and tastes like sugar.

But the best part is the dietary fiber in just 1 teaspoon of SweetPerfection is a whopping 3 grams! WOW! That packs a powerful punch of fiber for anyone who needs to add more of it to their diet.

You can use this product in ANYTHING that you would normally put sugar in: coffee, tea, sweet recipes, and more! The possibilities are indeed endless when you find a product like SweetPerfection because it can be so versatile, especially if you love to be in the kitchen as much as I do cooking and experimenting to make the perfect low-carb foods to eat and enjoy.

When used in larger quantities for certain recipes, SweetPerfection has just 5g net carbs for each cup compared with the nearly 200g of carbohydrates for a cup of sugar! WHOA! Aren't you glad you're gonna save 195g carbs right there alone! :)

For those of you interested in the glycemic index, SweetPerfection is "ultra low" with a GI close to ZERO! Pretty cool, huh? It won't cause any insulin surges and has a 100% guarantee that it will taste and cook exactly like sugar. So what do you have to lose with a deal like that?

I tried SweetPerfection for the first time this week and my initial reaction when I tasted it right out of the bag was "cotton candy." It tasted to me like cotton candy! That's a good sign for a product claiming to be "like sugar" since cotton candy is nothing more than spun sugar. But after using this product in some of my favorite recipes, that was the clincher for me. It works VERY well in any recipe calling for sugar and I HIGHLY recommend it to anyone looking for a natural sugar alternative.

I bet even your most cynical low-carb critic out there won't even realize they not eating sugar once they get a taste of SweetPerfection in your next recipe! Go ahead, give it a try. Watch the look on their face when you tell them what they are eating is sugar-free! Hee hee! That'll be a priceless moment no doubt!

Whether you are looking to lose weight, maintain weight, deal with diabetes, or just want to eat heathier, SweetPerfection will help you get there with a delicious alternative to the harmful effects that come from eating sugar.

Friends don't let friends eat sugar -- so try SweetPerfection instead!

Click here to learn more about SweetPerfection and be sure to tell Mary Jo that "Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Man" sent you. :)

2-25-06 UPDATE: I posted this EXCLUSIVE recipe for SweetPerfection Pecan Brittle Cookies at CarbWire.


Blogger Kelleygirl said...

At $20 a pound the cost of this product makes it out of the reach of a large number of consumers. Why do products like this have to carry such a high price?
I wont be using it.

2/26/2006 6:16 AM  
Blogger theothercheek said...

I will be using it. The cost of this sugar by far outweighs the cost of obesity related health risks and the price of gastric bypass or roux-n-y surgeries.

As a matter of fact it surpasses itself in health benefits.

Great stuff!

2/26/2006 2:04 PM  
Blogger Joanne Ziegler said...

A bit off topic here, but I have some questions. :)

Have you seen the Splenda tablets that come in little tic tac looking containers? Any idea why they are banned in the US?? I think they would be wonderfully convenient and have found some on eBay but have no idea what is so "bad" about them. Can you help please Jimmy? :)

2/26/2006 11:25 PM  
Blogger Newbirth said...

Probably the same reason that the liquid Splenda is banned - no one knows. :) You have to buy the liquid online.

How is Atkins going for you? There was nothing in your blog this week about that.

2/26/2006 11:27 PM  
Blogger Bella and Blessing said...

Does anyone know how many cups of Sweet Perfection is included in the one-pound bag?

I'm willing to pay the price for Christmas, if it will carmelize properly and I can eat a batch of my great-grandmother's traditional fudge.
-Bella and Service Dog Blessing

11/08/2006 5:01 PM  
Blogger Jimmy Moore said...

Hey Bella and Blessing! I'm asking Mary Jo Kringas about your question and will post her response when she replies. THANKS for the question!

11/08/2006 5:09 PM  
Blogger Jimmy Moore said...

Here's your answer, Bella And Blessing!

It's about 3 1/2 cups per lb.

Mary Jo

11/08/2006 5:15 PM  
Blogger Miss Tenacity said...

Is Sweet Perfection erythritol?

3/08/2007 11:31 AM  
Blogger Jimmy Moore said...

THANKS for asking, Miss Tenacity! Nope, Sweet Perfection isn't erythritol, but rather oligofructose which comes from chicory root. Hope this helps and THANKS for writing!

3/08/2007 11:57 AM  

Post a Comment

Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]

<< Home