Healthier Sugar is Now In Town!

Did you hear? There is a healthier sugar in town and we are not sugar coating it.

CSR has launched a healthier option to sugar and it is set to be the new love of your life. So, go ahead, fall in love with CSR Better Brown Low Glycemic sugar.

It will sweeten up your life, the healthier way!

Make it your meal companion anytime, any day

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What is Glycemic Index (G.I)?

Firstly, the glycemic index (Gi), is a measure that ranks foods according to their effect on your blood sugar levels.

There are three Gi ratings, which have been identified based on how different foods raise blood sugar levels:

ClassificationsRatings
Low55 or less
Medium56-69
High70 or more

Foods with a low-Gi value are the preferred choice, as they are slowly digested and absorbed, causing a slower and smaller rise in blood sugar levels.

Knowing that Malaysians truly love their sugar, CSR has launched a new healthier alternative to still satisfy your sugar craving. With CSR Better Brown Low G sugar, you can still enjoy all your favourite meals and drinks.

Make the switch to CSR Better Brown Low G Sugar! Grab a FREE pack today.

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is the Glycemic Index?
Glycemic Index measures carbohydrate quality – i.e. how much a carbohydrate will affect blood sugar.
It is a ranking of foods from 0 to 100 that tells us whether a carbohydrate food will raise blood sugar (glucose) levels significantly, moderately or just a little.
ClassificationsRatings
Low55 or less
Medium56-69
High70 or more
How does this affect blood sugars?
Carbohydrates 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 and, therefore usually, insulin levels.
What are the benefits switching to a Low Glycemic Sugar?

By swapping at least one high Gi food for a Low Gi food and sugar at every meal, it is a simple and effective way to help in reducing the risk

  • Diabetes complications
  • Heart disease
  • Improve physical and mental performance
  • Reduce the risk of breast cancer
  • Improve pregnancy outcomes

4. How does it taste like?

    The CSR Better Brown Low G sugar still taste like your normal sugar but has been specially formulated, via extensive research and development to be Low Glycemic.

5. What about the texture?

    The texture looks and feels just like normal brown sugar.

6. If I make the switch to Low G sugar, will I need to change the amount of sugar I consume?

    With the Low G sugar, you can still maintain the same intake of sugar that you consume, but this will be the healthier alternative to normal sugar.

7. Does sugar contain preservatives or other additives?

    No, it does not contain any preservatives or additives of any kind. It is only pure sucrose.

8. How many calories does a Low G sugar have compared to regular sugar?

    The amount of energy per 100 grams of sugar is 387 kcal/100g or 16 kcal per 4 grams teaspoon.

9. Is it suitable for everyone or targeted only to diabetics?

    The sugar is suitable for every Malaysian looking to lead a healthier lifestyle. It is also great for those who need to watch their blood glucose level yet would want to enjoy the food at the same time.