Kitul Syrup


What's Kitul? 
Extracted from Kitul Palm (Caryota urens), Kitul Pany, as it is called in Sri Lanka, has been long loved and traditionally used as a sweetener. A precious gift from Nature, that is commonly used to sweeten tea and as ingredients for yogurt and ice cream.The palm nectar contains 74mg of Inositol (Vitamin B-complex)per 100g. With only 275 calories per 100g, it's highly recommended for people who take care over maintaining their correct blood-glucoselevels. The healthy syrup is water-soluble,  hot or cold, which makes it's convenient and kind to dishes.

Kitul Syrup for Good Breakfast
Do you want to start your day with Kitul Syrup nurtured under bright sunshine and with abundant supply of fresh water? Together withcrispy toast, soft omelette, and fruits and yogurts, enjoy Kitul Syrup, a True Friend of Breakfast.

Tips for eating Kitul Syrup
Drizzle it over top of the yogurts.

Dissolve desired amount of liquid honey to

sweeten tea or coffee.

Pour it over freshly baked pancakes.

As alternative to caramel sauce for pudding

Blend it with banana milk shake.

As an ingredient for confectionery or sweets.

What's Inositol?
For many years, it has been well-known that Inositol is a nutrient and a lipotropic that prevents the accumulation of fat and cholesterolin the liver. It is generally known as a vitamin B-complex andconsidered essential forcell growth,  Inositol is commonly used to prevent and as medication for fatty liver and hepatic cirrhosis, as well being a supplement for adult and infants. Inositol also has a substantial component of phospholipid  (constituent of cytomembrane) present, which is largely contained in the neural membrane. By thus providing nutrients to the cells of the brain, Inositol playsan essential role to neuro-system, as well as maintaining healthy hair and preventing eczema.

To prevent hepatic cirrhosis and arteriosclerosis

To lower LDL (low-density    lipoprotein-cholesterol)

To provide nutrients with brain cell

To maintain hairs healthy

To prevent eczema