Now what is exactly brown sugar? It is simply white sugar mixed with molasses and it contains more essential nutrients than normal white sugar. Molasses is a good source of dietary potassium and provides small amounts of calcium, magnesium and B vitamins. Though both white sugar and brown sugar are similar in nutrition and calorie wise, the only difference lies in the colour, flavour and the process of how it is manufactured. Brown sugar can be added in recipes that will give the recipe a denser and moist look. Let's have a look at some of the health benefits of eating brown sugar.
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