Beside low-glycemic-index beneficial that does not cause blood sugar levels to spike rapidly and drop rapidly after consumption, coconut sugar has more other things.
It is especially high in potassium, and containing almost 10,300 milligrams per liter of coconut sugar.With the same measurement of milligrams per liter, there are 2,020 milligrams of nitrogen, 790 milligrams of phosphorus, 60 of calcium, 290 of magnesium, 450of sodium, 4,700 of chlorine, 260 of sulfur and also trace amounts of boron,zinc, manganese, iron and copper.
Particularly in vitamin B-8, or inositol. One deciliter of coconut sugar contains 127.7 milligrams of inositol. Inositol isneeded for healthy cell development and is part of the B vitamin group. Coconut sugar contains 77 milligrams per deciliter of thiamine, 12.2 of riboflavin,between 38.7 and 47.1 of paraaminobezoic acid, 38.4 of pyridoxal, 5.2 of pantothenic acid, 40.6 of nicotinic acid, 0.17 of biotin, 0.24 of folic acid, 9of choline and trace levels of vitamin B-12.
Amino Acid values:
It contains the number of amino acids,16. Amino acids help with the body’s metabolism, and with overall growth, repair and development of body tissues, hormones and enzymes. Glutamic acid is found in the highest concentration in coconut sugar; there are 34.2 grams per100 grams of sugar. As well, coconut sugar contains high levels of asparticacid, at 11.22 grams per 100 grams, 15.36 grams of threonine per 100 grams of sugar and 8.24 grams of serine. Coconut sugar also contains lower levels oflysine, histidine, arginine, proline, glycine, alanine, valine, isoleucien, leucine, tyrosine and phenylalanine. (livestrong.com)