No; light muscovado sugar is a brown sugar, while caster sugar is fine-grained white sugar. Muscovado is unique; it comes from Mauritius, where the soil contains lava that infuses the sugar with unique properties. It contains molasses, while white sugars like caster sugar have the molasses removed during processing.
Making sugar is a process of refining the juice from sugar cane, then adding back the various bits necessary (the molasses) (unless making white sugar) to achieve the various degrees of brown sugar. So muscovado is a combination of white sugar and molasses. However some companies only partially refine the juice from the sugar cane, which avoids them having to add the molasses back to the sugar.
The nutrition of a diabetic is extremely important. They cannot get much sugar in their diet because it will increase the blood sugar levels in the body. If this happens, the person would go into diabetic shock. However, if you do not get enough sugar in your diet, you risk going into a diabetic coma because the blood sugar levels would drop too low. Diabetics need to find a balance with the amount of sugar…
Well, cheese has no carbs if eaten in moderation, and carbs are what brings up a diabetic's blood sugar, which is bad. So eating things with no carbs is easy and doesn't require a diabetic to take any extra medicine. while cheese doesn't have any medical advantages for a diabetic, it doesn't bring up their blood sugar. I'm diabetic and i eat cheese very often :)