Trevira fabric SiloSacs are ideal for storing products for the food industry such as sugar.
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White sugar, or sucrose, is a product traditionally used to sweeten drinks and foods, especially in confectionery. The most consumed is the one extracted mainly from sugar cane which, despite the growing alternatives, is the best when it comes to flavour.
Properties and benefits
However, white or table sugar, which is added to flavour food and make it sweeter, is a food associated with weight problems. This is because it contains empty calories, i.e. it does not contain any type of nutrient.
In this way, although it can be eaten and contributes to making many foods and recipes more appetising, its should always be consumed in moderation and as part of a varied diet.
Nutritional value (per 100 grams):
- Calories: 399 kcal
- Fat: 0g
- Protein: 0g
- Fibre: 0g
As long as it is consumed in moderation in daily life, sugar can have various benefits for people, especially for physical and mental energy. For example, sugar in the body is transformed into glucose and fructose, thereby reducing certain types of bodily discomfort caused by hypoglycaemia. It also helps fight depression or anxiety. For this reason, when we are sad or stressed, we want to eat something sweet to reduce these sensations.
Sugar is a perfect ally of the brain and its consumption improves memory, attention, mental agility and the ability to solve problems. It also reduces the feeling of tiredness.
As we have said, sugar should always be consumed in moderation, since excessive consumption leads to weight problems and dental caries.
However, this food has a number of properties that can help us, such as its easy absorption by the body. This means it is a quick source of energy for the brain, muscles and nervous system.
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