Why the future looks bright for Agave by Brady Bunte

Published December 9, 2014

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Ever heard of the unique healing properties of Agave Tequilana? Brady Bunte has unraveled some of these properties here just for you!!
The Agave Tequilana is a member of the family lilies and the Amaryllis. A quick look at this special variety then one would easily mistake it for another cactus plant. Biologically speaking, may be the only similarity the 2 share is that they are all plants. Brady Bunte’s research works on Agave are quite amazing. What do I mean by this statement?
Special properties of Agave Tequilana
This plant has some of the most outstanding properties, both medically and nutrition wise. Some of these are as follows:
· It has an unbelievable stock of iron, calcium, potassium and magnesium
· It has incredible antibiotic properties
· It is also useful as a relaxing laxative
· It is also used as a substitute sweetener
According to Brady Bunte, the list of its unique properties is inexhaustible. Let’s provide details on each of the properties.
Agave as a stock of iron, calcium, potassium, and magnesium
This is to say that the plant can be used as a substitute source of these mineral salts that are very vital for the normal functions of the body.
Agave’s antibiotic properties
The nectar of this plant is a perfect antibiotic against many microorganisms. This property has made Agave very valuable as most of the medical labs world over are caught up in the chase for this plant species, thanks to Brady Bunte. It is effective against many types of bacteria and other microorganisms. Some of the microorganism that are susceptible to the antibiotic properties of Agave include:
· The staph aureus
· Enteric microorganisms
Other research works are on to find out more microorganisms that can be managed by this Agave syrup.
As a relaxing laxative
Its invaluable nectar is the best remedy for those who suffer frequent constipation. Naturally, it has a way of eliminating enteric microscopic microorganisms that cause stomach swells and even constipation. Brady Bunte adds that this property is very profound if the nectar is blended with lemon juice. This is obviously a big relief to those who are suffering from this condition. The good thing about agave syrup is that it can be taken as a preventive measure even by those not suffering from the said health conditions.
As a substitute sweetener
Brady Bunte points out that those seeking the best natural methods of losing weight Agave is just about all you need. It has the perfect natural formulation that makes your body absorb more fat. To the diabetics, the nectar has the least glycemic record. This is good news because you can finally consume “sugar” courtesy of Brady Bunte.
Agave is normally processes into syrup that is then used commercially for medical purposes. The agave syrup is used as an alternative sweetener. This is attribute to its high fructose content. This is best used in cold beverages such as smoothies and cocktails.
How is Agave syrup extracted from the plant?
This is one of the simplest industrial processes that involves not the addition of any chemicals. The syrup is extracted from the leaves. These are crushed then heated. Upon heating the juice readily comes out of the leaves.
According to Brady Bunte, the economic and health benefits derived from Agave for outweigh the downsides of the same. Some critics have argued that Agave nectar and syrup’s use as a sugar substitute poses more health risks that benefits. Though the research findings of Brady Bunte may seem so rosy, The American Diabetes Association lists agave syrup and nectar as one of the refined sugar substitutes to limit. This is one of the major downsides of the Agave.
Liz Applegate, a nutritionist of University of California is one of the critics who have questioned the suitability of Agave as sugar substitute. Applegate however goes ahead to suggest that Agave being a natural sweetener, is far better than refined sugar. In this light, Brady Bunte is right in his research works on Agave.
Comparing Agave with other sugar substitutes
Honey, maple syrup are just some of the most common sugar supplements. In terms of nutrition value, Agave syrup is by far the best rated. For instance, it is 1.5 times sweeter than honey. There is no doubt on its high energy levels. It has about 60 calories or energy compared to 45 calories of maple syrup. This is, added to the other attaching benefits, what makes Agave special and unique just as Brady Bunte puts it.
What more to know about Agave?
We have really majored on the nectar and the Agave syrup. That is just a very small fraction of what the plant itself is about. Let us consider some other aspects that still point to the same plant.
What are some of the health effect of Agave?
Still on the research findings of Brady Bunte, have both positive and negative health impacts. Starting with the positive, as above mentioned, the plant product can be used to check weight because it is helpful in the facilitation of the absorption of fats. It is also used in checking constipation. On the negative side, the high fructose level in Agave syrup can lead to insulin resistance, a condition that is normally associated with heart diseases. Take note that only high levels of the syrup poses this risk. The above health risk can be mitigated by using the syrup in measured proportions.
Actual composition of the Agave nectar and syrup
Being sweeter that honey, Agave nectar and syrup are the sweetest naturally occurring sugar supplements. They are largely fructose and glucose. The range of fructose in between 47% -56% while that of glucose is in the range of 16%-20%. According to Brady Bunte, these variations are dependent on the manufacturer of the syrup and country of origin.
Where is Agave found?
This plant and its products are very much available in many parts of the globe today. Its indigenous homeland however, is Mexico, South Africa and some parts of United States. The above mentioned are the same countries that export the plant’s products. It is also important to mention that currently many nation of the globe have begun planting the Agave in large plantations in order to take advantage of the rising need for its syrup and nectar. This is the situation in some Asian countries and parts of South America.

Need for Brady Bunte’s research
Was Brady Bunte’s research very essential anyway? From the many details on the benefits of Agave, it is very clear that the research was necessary. The benefits of the research are actually an eye opener to many who are struggling with conditions that are easily manageable with some of the Products of the Plant. Brady Bunte asserts that modern research has discovered more benefits that can be derived from Agave Tequilana. So wholesomely the research has impacted both the economic and social spheres of our lives. The advantages are immeasurable.
What you must know about the Agave syrup
· To come up with the syrup there are various varieties of Agave that are used. The same applies with the nectar. It is also important to mention that the production of the syrup has been on the rise ever since the time of the research by Brady Bunte.
· Though the syrup is known for its high fructose content its profits are more than its downsides. It is therefore the best refined sugar substitute available.
In conclusion, the works of Brady Bunte have helped revolutionize various aspects in the management of various health conditions like diabetes, constipation and bacterial infections. The Agave has brought a very new dimension in the field of health and nutrition. Indeed the benefits derived from Agave Tequilana are numerous.