Let us take a look at the areas of utilisation of Keboy
It is widely used as a sweetener, colouring agent and source of aroma
Mixed with hot or cold water or milk,
As a total alternative to cocoa or mixed with cocoa,
In the production of gateaux, biscuits, cakes, caramel and nougat,
In bakery products,
And in the manufacture of ice cream.
In addition, according to domestic and foreign sources, it has been determined that:
Because of its high calcium content (3 times greater than milk) it is very effective against bone wasting (osteoporosis) which is observed in the elderly and especially in middle-aged women after menopause;
Because of its high phosphorus content it has a great effect on the development of the nervous system and brain cells;
It acts as an anti-diarrheic because of its high potassium content;
Because of its high raw cellulose content it has an important effect on the bowels and acts against gastritis;
It is beneficial to the liver, lungs and blood pressure because of its high potassium and sodium content;
It has very positive effects on the teeth and gums because of its high mineral and vitamin content.
It has been known and used for thousands of years as a source of natural strength and nutrition because it is rich in natural sugars, minerals (in particular zinc and phosphorus) and vitamins (c, e, b, b2, b3, d).