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Everyone knows them and they love them. Most of us jelly get to know in early childhood, fall in love with them and the weakness for these greaves remains for our whole life. Everywhere we are told that they are healthier than other sweets and it is worth eating them. Nothing could be more wrong. The jellies bought in the store are not healthy at all and in a moment we will prove to you that you should beware of them like fire.
What is it about ready-made jellies?
Shop jellies are almost a Mendeleev tablet. There are lots of different E and artificial colors in them. Beautiful colors, unfortunately, do not come from natural ingredients. Particularly dangerous is the yellow quinonone E104, already banned in Norway, Finland and the USA, which may cause allergic reactions and have carcinogenic effects as well as cochineal red E124. This ingredient in turn charges the liver, kidneys, reduces fertility, and may also have carcinogenic effects. The regulator of acidity, tartrazine E102 and brilliant blue E133 also have a bad influence on our health.
Artificial dyes and additives are one thing, but jellies from the store also contain animal gelatin, which is made of animal waste: cartilage, bones and skin fragments. Nutritionists have been struggling with the phenomenon of jelly beans for years, emphasizing that they contain a lot of sugar and have no nutritional value. 100 g of jelly beans are 12 teaspoons of sugar, or approx. 300 kcal. The same amount of energy is provided by a portion of French fries, 3 slices of wheat bread or a piece of cake.
Shop jellies - why better avoid them from a distance
Frequent snacking of jelly beans is a simple route to caries, overweight, and later atherosclerosis and obesity. Sugar is an excellent medium for bacteria and fungi. Nutritionists emphasize that the problems of concentration, hyperactivity, and difficulty in controlling emotions, often encountered in schools and kindergartens, also originate from improper diet. Eating jelly beans is dangerous especially for children, because due to their low body weight, all dangerous substances are more easily accumulated in their body. Jelly beans from the store are certainly not an ally of healthy eating, supporting physical and mental development.
Fortunately, you do not have to completely give up on them. You can do them at home. They will not only be healthier, but made immediately from a double portion of ingredients will stay a little longer. Small bags in which the jellybeans from the store are packed disappear in the blink of an eye. The sweet taste and sugary scent of gel candies make it simply impossible to stop eating them. At home, you can make any number of jellies, and then just eat up without worrying about health.
Healthy homemade jelly beans
Homemade jelly beans are much healthier. All you need to do is find a healthy alternative to gelatin, and replace artificial artificial colors with real juice. Instead of sugar, use a syrup or one of the less calorific substitutes for sugar (eg xylitol http://drpelc.pl/cukier/594-ksylitol-finski-cukier-brzozowy-xylitol-anagram-zielonki.html).
In homemade jelly beans instead of gelatin you will find agar-agar (https://drpelc.pl/blog/31_agar-przepisy), a healthy gelling substance obtained from algae. Artificial dyes have been replaced by fruits, thanks to which our jelly beans are full of vitamins and minerals. Natural sugar from fruit gives jelly enough sweets, so you do not have to sweeten them too.
How to make jelly beans at home?
Look how to prepare homemade jelly with ingredients that you will find in our store (agar-agar, http://drpelc.pl/naturalne-przyprawy-ekologiczne/348-agar-agar-100g-anagram-zielonki.html vanilla http: / /drpelc.pl/naturalne-przyprawy-ekologiczne/552-bio-wanilia-bourbon-proszek-ekologiczna-10g-ekogram-zielonki-.html, coconut milk https://drpelc.pl/blog/74_mleko-kokosowe):