How BP is raw, fresh-pressed sugarcane juice? I live in SE Asia where it is believed to have numerous health benefits. I can get it cheap and absolutely fresh (I watch them press it) practically at my doorstep.
I know it's low carb, man. I'm eating grassfed meats, pasteured eggs, wild fish, vegetables most everyday. I have a little white rice and/or sweet potatoes maybe once a week. I've been pretty vigilant with this diet. That said, I've only been on it three months and I'm still learning the ins and outs. I'm asking about sugarcane juice because it's something in my immediate environment that is believed to have strong health benefits. A quick google search confirms those beliefs. I realize sugar is not on the BP plan. My question is, how much of a difference does it make when it is raw and fresh-pressed? If it seems like an ill-informed and amateurish question to you, that's because I'm still an amateur.
Anyway, it supposedly contains only 15% natural sugars and has a low GI.