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  • Low-glycemic index for individuals with diabetes
  • Vegan and Kosher Certified
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  • 2:1 SUGAR REPLACEMENT- Twice the sweetness of sugar, Pyure...
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  • THE #1 BEST SELLING ORGANIC STEVIA SWEETENER- Pyure offers...
  • 2:1 SUGAR REPLACEMENT- Twice the sweetness of sugar, Pyure...
  • DELICIOUSLY SWEET GRANULATED SUGAR SUBSTITUTE- Cooks and...
  • Natural sweetener made from the stevia leaf
  • Ideal for people with diabetes or for those looking to...
  • No calories or carbs, no artificial ingredients
  • 800-count
  • 1g portion packet
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The sweetener stevia is derived from the sweet herb of the same name and will be approved for use as a sweetener in food in Europe in 2011. As an alternative to the classic, rather unhealthy sugar, stevia is often used to sweeten food and drinks.

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Stevia in the Raw Sweetener, 200 Count Packets
  • Zero-calorie sugar substitute made with stevia leaf extract and dextrose
  • Low-glycemic index for individuals with diabetes
  • Vegan and Kosher Certified
  • Naturally gluten-free
  • Perfect for stirring, sprinkling, or cooking

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Although Stevia has been on the German market for several years now, the use of the sweetener is still rather limited. On packaging, the ingredient steviol glycosides is indicated as ‘E 960’. The best known are probably soft drinks, especially cola, which are mixed with stevia and therefore advertised as particularly low in calories. There are also jams, chocolate and ketchup. Stevia is also available in the form of conventional sweetener tablets and can therefore be easily added to coffee or tea. In private households, the natural leaves of the stevia plant are very suitable for cooking and baking.

Stevia can therefore be used in many different foods and is even suitable for use in your own kitchen. In principle, the ingredient E960 may be used in distributed dairy products, beverages and jams.

Opinions about stevia differ widely, both scientifically and socially. After Stevia was celebrated as an alternative to sugar during its legalization and introduction into the German food market, the expected rapid spread of the sweetener has so far failed to materialize. There are still very few foods containing this ingredient, which has to do with the aforementioned approval for only a few food areas and the taste of stevia. Some consumers find the taste of stevia too bitter – the taste is often described as liquorice. Compared to conventional sugar, stevia is about 200 to 300 times sweeter and must therefore be used carefully. In principle, the naturalness of stevia is advertised, but this ingredient is industrially processed and used, so that the original naturalness is lost to a large extent. The natural leaves of the plant are more suitable here, but not yet approved for marketing in the EU. Although stevia is not used as a natural substance in food, some important health effects have been observed. Stevia has a regulating effect on the blood sugar level and is particularly beneficial for diabetes patients. Furthermore, stevia is often used as a sugar substitute by people who want to lose weight, because the plant extract contains a negligible amount of calories. In contrast to conventional sugar, the consumption of stevia does not lead to caries.

In principle, a person should not consume more than 10 milligrams of steviol glycoside per body weight per day. This requirement is intended to prevent possible side effects and should be observed especially in children, who may quickly exceed this limit due to their low body weight. Due to the strong sweetness, however, even small quantities are usually sufficient to replace sugar.

TOP 5 Stevia Bestseller

Stevia in the Raw Sweetener, 200 Count Packets
  • Zero-calorie sugar substitute made with stevia leaf extract and dextrose
  • Low-glycemic index for individuals with diabetes
  • Vegan and Kosher Certified
  • Naturally gluten-free
  • Perfect for stirring, sprinkling, or cooking
Pyure Organic Stevia Sweetener Blend, 2:1 Sugar Substitute, Granular All-Purpose, 1 Pound (16 Ounce)
  • THE #1 BEST SELLING ORGANIC STEVIA SWEETENER- Pyure offers the same versatility and ease of use as traditional sugar without the added calories or carbohydrates
  • 2:1 SUGAR REPLACEMENT- Twice the sweetness of sugar, Pyure uses a higher percentage of organic stevia with less bulking ingredients making it approximately 2x sweeter than sugar
  • DELICIOUSLY SWEET GRANULATED SUGAR SUBSTITUTE- Cooks and bakes like real sugar for sweetening everything from cookies and cakes to coffees and tea or sprinkling over oatmeal and fresh fruit. Dissolves great and mixes well
  • 0 NET CARBS- Pyure is sugar-free, 0 calories, and has a 0 glycemic index, making it perfect for keto, carb conscious and sugar sensitive lifestyles
  • TRUSTED FOR TASTE- Pyure uses the highest quality organic stevia and organic erythritol. All Ingredients are USDA Organic and non-GMO Project Verified
Natural Mate Stevia All Purpose Natural Sweetener, 1 lb
  • Natural Mate All Purpose Granular Stevia is produced by a proprietary co-crystallization process, looks just like granular sugar, and offers an uniform & clean natural sweet taste without aftertaste. Bring your sweetener experience to the next level.
  • Natural Mate All Purpose Granular Stevia is suitable for baking, cooking, and hot & cold drinks. 0 calories and 0 glycemic impact. Can be used almost anywhere sugar is used, perfect for drinks, cooking, baking and more.
  • A great natural sweetener for entire family including people with diabetes. Perfect for every diet or weight loss program. 3/4 teaspoon per serving, 3/4 teaspoon equals to 2 teaspoons sugar sweetness. Each 1-Lb bag contains a total of about 130 servings or sweetness of 260 teaspoons of sugar (2.3 Lb.).
  • DIY Sugar Blend Baking Sweetener is easy & simple: Mix 1 cup of Natural Mate Sweetener with 3/4 cup of sugar. That is it.
  • The DIY Blended Sweetener is 2 times as sweet as sugar. Simply using half of this blended sweetener to replace the sugar called in your favorite recipes. This DIY blended sweetener bakes and browns like sugar with 78% fewer calories per serving than sugar.
SweetLeaf Natural Stevia Sweetener, 70 Count
  • Natural sweetener made from the stevia leaf
  • Ideal for people with diabetes or for those looking to manage their weight
  • No calories or carbs, no artificial ingredients
  • Non-glycemic response, no bitterness or aftertaste
  • Non GMO Project Verified
Stevia in the Raw Zero Calorie Sweetener Portion Packets, 800-count
  • 800-count
  • 1g portion packet
  • Stevia in the Raw
  • Zero calorie sweetener
  • Kosher parve