Zandu Kesari Jivan Fit for Diabetic Review – Sugar-Free?
Is Zandu Kesari Jivan Fit for Diabetics in the true sense? Find out more in the review.
Chyawanprash, the herbal jam, is known to improve health markers inside-out. From better digestion to stronger immunity, Chyawanprash is made with ghee, sugar, honey, amla, sesame oil, herbs, and spices.
However, the sugar content may do more harm than good for those with diabetes. Zandu’s Chyawanprash claims to be fit for diabetics. While we cannot corroborate the efficacy, here is Mishry’s Zandu Kesari Jivan Fit for Diabetic review.
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|Zandu Kesari Jivan Fit for Diabetic||Parameters|
|Net Quantity||450 grams|
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|Shelf Life||3 years|
Our Review Factors
What were we looking for?: The parameters we set for Zandu Kesari Jivan Fit for Diabetic have been discussed in this section.
A gold-green colored PET jar with a twist lid holds the Chyawanprash. The lid has the brand name embossed on it. This PET jar is securely placed in a carton.
2. Main Ingredients
Each 100 g is prepared from –
Amla pulp (52 grams), clarified butter (5 grams), saffron (350 mg), cardamom (250 mg), long pepper, and black pepper (200mg) among other ingredients.
There’s also cinnamon, asparagus, Ayurvedic medicines like muktasukti bhasma, Yasad Bhasma, etc.
It has Sodium Benzoate (0.2%) as the preservative and Sucralose (0.03%) as the artificial sweetener.
Chyawanprash, a blend of herbs and spices, primarily has a warm, spicy flavor profile with some sourness.
Additionally, we also checked the sweetness in this sugar-free Chyawanprash. Is the overall taste bearable?
Chyawanprash typically has a jam-like consistency. Usually, it is thick and has a deep olive/brown appearance. Our experience with this sugar-free Chyawanprash was…
A 450-gram jar is priced at Rs 430/-.
6. Shelf Life
This has a shelf life of three years.
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Zandu Kesari Jivan Fit for Diabetic – Detailed Review
What we found: This Chyawanprash is offered in a gold-green PET jar. The label says it is enriched with Saffron and Pearl with no added sugar.
Per 100 grams, Zandu Kesari Chyawanprash contains 52 grams of amla, 5 grams of ghee among other ingredients like saffron, Bambusa, cardamom, clove, long pepper, black pepper, cinnamon, asparagus.
Additionally, it also contains 0.2% Sodium Benzoate and 0.03% Sucralose.
It had a herby aroma with a bold hit of spices. However, this spice kick was milder in taste. The taste was herb-dominant. Subtle sweet and sour flavors were observed as well. This mild sour flavor comes from amla.
What exactly makes this Chyawanprash diabetic-friendly?
Unlike most brands of Chyawanprash available in the market, this one by Zandu is sweetened using sucralose. Sucralose has the closest taste profile to sugar, when compared to sweeteners. Moreover, is has negligible calories meaning it does not spike blood sugar/insulin in those with diabetes.
- This features a convenient style of packing.
- The labels are clear and easy to understand.
- It contains 52% amla.
- This isn’t too spicy.
- The sweet and sour taste is quite desirable.
- It contains added preservatives- Sodium Benzoate.
Though the brand recommends this Chyawanprash for those with diabetes, it is best to consult an expert.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some interesting FAQs on Zandu Kesari Jivan fit for diabetic.
The label reads this is enriched with the goodness of pearls that are a source of calcium and help strengthen bones.
This Chyawanprash is sugar-free, but it contains sucralose.
Children over three years can consume Chyawanprash. However, it is best to consult a pediatrician.
The vitamin C, flavonoids, and antioxidant content in Chyawanprash may help build immunity.
It is best consumed in the morning, with milk or honey.
Zandu Kesari Jivan Fit for diabetic is a sugar-free variant of the herbal jam. It is sweetened with sucralose that has a lower carbohydrate content which in turn, does not cause a blood sugar spike.
The fact that it contains 52% amla was appreciated.
Do you consume a spoonful of this goodness? Let us know.