sweetened with stevia & monk fruit - amazing taste, zero junk
Traditional creamers contain hydrogenated oils, titanium dioxide, sugar, chemical sweeteners, or corn syrup solids--not Prymal!
Zero-guilt, treat inspired lattes that align with your health goals. All our flavors are 100% natural & handcrafted in-house
We ethically source palm & coconuts that support healthy farming ecosystems
I'm so close to my Dad & his Type II Diabetes diagnosis wrecked me. I was determined to create the best sugar-free alternative for his health
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Ingredients: Coconut Oil, Ketosweet (Erythritol, Stevia Extract, Natural Flavor), Medium Chain Triglycerides, Vegetable Juice for Color, Gum Acacia, Organic Coconut Milk Powder, Inulin, Erythritol
Contains two percent or less of each of the following: Sodium Caseinate**, Silicon Dioxide, Natural Flavor, Sunflower Lecithin, Himalayan Pink Salt, Organic Tapioca Maltodextrin
**This product contains sodium caseinate, a milk-derived ingredient with the lactose removed. If you are lactose intolerant this should be safe to consume but please consult your doctor or dietitian if you are unsure. Do not consume if you are allergic to casein or are vegan.
1g of Net Carb
There are 2 gm of unlisted Dietary Fiber coming from 1 g Gum Acacia (Gum Arabic) + 1gm Inulin (Chicory Root Fiber)
5g Carb - 2g unlisted Fiber - 2g Erythritol = 1 g Net Carb
These are two prebiotic fibers with gut-health benefits we use as our oil and flavor carriers; however, the FDA does not allow us to legally recognize them as nutritional "Dietary Fibers." This is why it is 0g Dietary Fiber in the nutrition facts panel despite being soluble fiber that may help stabilize blood sugar. There is ~1gm of Acacia per serving and ~1gm Chicory Root.
Short answer is YES, Prymal creamers are made with MCT's and sweetened with stevia + erythritol. It should not kick you out of ketosis and a majority of our happy customers follow a Ketogenic diet.
Long answer because this product contains .02g of Organic Tapioca Maltodextrin and that ingredient sounds scary:
Quick food science 101: turning fats and oils into powder form requires a starch carrier agent. The most common carrier for coffee creamer is corn syrup solids (really, take a look at the label next time!). That is a major no-no ingredient for us. We use a blend of organic acacia fiber and non-gmo organic tapioca maltodextrin for our organic coconut milk. HOWEVER, maltodextrin isn't an ingredient we use freely either because of its potential to impact blood glucose at higher levels.
This is why our use case of this ingredient is absolute bare minimum at just .02 gm per serving of creamer. We're hesitant to place diet claims on anything. We respect everyone's opinion on maltodextrin as an ingredient (in our case a .02 gm amount that helps process the coconut milk vs being used as a sweetener like in other brands), which is why we provide info for you to decide for yourself whether this product helps you stay on track with your larger health goals.
No. While this is vegetarian and non-dairy, we use sodium caseinate as one of the carriers in our MCT Oil and Coconut Oil powder. Sodium caseinate is milk-derived and has the lactose sugar removed. If you are lactose intolerant this should be safe to consume but please consult your dietitian or doctor if you're unsure. Do not consume if allergic to casein or are vegan.
Yes! Our best tip is to make a batch of DIY liquid creamer to keep in the fridge. Use 1 part creamer to 2 parts hot milk (or alternative milk) to dissolve.