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Natreen - the healthy side to sweet

Here are some tips on how Natreen can work for you.

02 Feb 2010

If you want to maintain a healthy lifestyle and still enjoy “sweetness” in your diet, then Natreen is ideal for you. 

Compromising on taste is not necessary because Natreen is made using the highest quality ingredients creating a naturally sweet flavour, with no aftertaste.

Where cutting back on sugar is a personal choice for some, it is a necessity for others. 

Natreen is ideal for those with Diabetes and for those who suffer from Attention Deficit Disorders (ADD or ADHD).

Natreen enables you to share and indulge in eating and drinking sweet products while simultaneously removing the drawbacks of sugar. 

It is aspartame FREE.

Some Natreen tips:

- Perfect in tea or coffee – it is available in tablet form.

- The 100 tablet pocket dispenser allows you the convenience of taking Natreen with you wherever you go for a calorie free alternative to sugar.

- Available in 300ml tablet dispenser or may be replenished with a 500ml dispenser.

- In addition to sweetening your tea and coffee, Natreen is ideal for cooking and baking.

- Being extremely heat stable it is able to retain its sweetness during the food preparation process.

- Natreen Liquid contains zero kilojoules, blends instantly and can be frozen.

- Natreen Granules allow you to use Natreen just like sugar, without making you feel guilty – only healthier. 

- Sprinkle it on fresh fruit, cereal, porridge, muesli or yoghurt - it looks and tastes like sugar and is calorie free.

- Natreen Granules can also be used for cooking and baking.

Enter our fabulously fun competition and whip up a recipe using Natreen. You could easily win a great prize!


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