Taking charge of your dietary choices and your health does not have to come about at the expense of your favorite, sweet foods. It is possible to enjoy your favorite treats such as smoothies, baked goods and more without worrying about your sugar and calorie intake. How is this possible? Stevia!
What is stevia?
Stevia is a sugar alternative that derives from a plant originating from South America that can be consumed in liquid, powder, or tablet form. Its leaves provide a compound called Rebiana A or Reb-A, which is the source of the sweetness of our Stevia. Unlike sugar, our Stevia is natural, safe, calorie-free, and up to 400 times sweeter than sugar.
Benefits of Stevia:
Our Stevia formula consists of Reb-A 97%, extracted directly from the Stevia leaf making it the safest sweetener available in the American market today. Contrary to other sweeteners such as artificial sugars, Stevia is the most natural alternative for those who which to avoid sugar and reach all kinds of health goals.
Since Stevia is plant-based, our sugar substitute has zero calories or carbs. Although the market provides plenty of calorie-free sweetener options, they are typically synthetically produced and do not have the health benefits that Stevia can offer.
Using our Stevia as recommended will not have a negative effect on your glucose levels. This is due to our Stevia being a natural, calorie-free product that does not function in a negative manner like regular sugar. On the contrary, evidence has indicated that consuming Stevia can actually reduce glucose levels.
Among the various drawbacks of consuming regular sugar are the harmful, long-term effects that the sweetener can have on your teeth such as tooth decay, cavities, and more. Since Stevia is not like sugar and does not contain fermentable carbohydrates, it is considered non-acidogenic. This means that Stevia does not have the negative components that lead to tooth decay, erosion, and caries.
Apart from having the option to add Stevia to your favorite beverages, you can bake and cook with it too. Add liquid or powder Stevia to your baking recipes and favorite dishes and experiment with our wide variety of flavors from creamy vanilla, strawberry, peach, hazelnut and many more.
Conditions Stevia Can Help Treat:
Lyme disease is caused by a bacterium that is transmitted to humans through the bite of a tick. Research has shown that the regular use of Stevia has been effective in preventing and fighting the bacteria that causes the disease. As a result, Stevia is a promising alternative since the vector-borne disease is growing at a concerning pace in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The sweetness of sugar is often deemed as a no-go, non-negotiable ingredient when it comes to food but it does not have to be! Our Stevia is a delicious and nutritious alternative that does not increase the levels of glucose in your body and helps eradicate the calories, carbs, and other negative side effects from your diet that traditional sugar commonly causes.
Recent research has provided evidence that has further developed the potential of Stevia with regard to helping maintain or lowering blood pressure. Depending on your health goals or if you experience low blood pressure, please consult with your physician or healthcare provider to determine the best dosage for you.
Stevia is also effective in promoting healthy weight loss. Typically, weight loss journeys entitle a change in food choices and lifestyle; hence, eliminating unhealthy foods that have very low nutritional value. Stevia can help replace those foods with nutritious treats that are just as enjoyable to your taste buds. As a result, the combination of an active lifestyle plus a nutritious diet supported by Stevia can encourage weight loss.
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Suggested Use for Liquid Stevia:
Add 5-8 drops to water, coffee, tea, or any food or beverage of your choice. The number of drops can be adjusted based on personal preference. However, please consider that our Stevia is typically up to 400 times sweeter than sugar. A little goes a long way!