Stevia, Natural Sweetener

Stevia natural sweetener as an ingredient and not a dietary supplement


Stevia has two roles in our product line.  In our flavoring drops for water, teas and coffees, we use just a dash of stevia as an ingredient, not a dietary supplement, more on this later.  Here's what we mean by "just a dash of stevia. "  There are 600 drops in a 1/2 oz bottle of flavor drops.  That 1/2 bottle with stevia, natural sweetener uses about 5 drops per gallon of flavored water.  That's exactly what we mean when we say just a hint of stevia.

The second role stevia plays in our product line is as a natural sweetener. A liquid, natural sweetener                                you can use to sweeten:

  • Coffee

  • Teas

  • Desserts

  • Dairy Products

stevia is virtually calorie-free and hundreds of times sweeter than table sugar. That's why it appeals to so many people - stevia is a healthy and safe alternative for Diabetics.

Here's more information on stevia natural sweetener.  stevia is virtually calorie-free and hundreds of times sweeter than table sugar. That's why it appeals to so many people - Stevia is a healthy and safe alternative for Diabetics.  It is an all natural organic herb product. It contains NO saccharin, aspartame, fructose, sugar, F.O.S., maltodextrin or artificial sweeteners

Herb-users around the world have been singing the praises of Stevia for centuries! This unique extract, known as "sweetleaf" by its fans, mixes easily into hot and cold beverages, as well as all of your favorite recipes. It tastes great, has zero calories and is 100% natural!

gras stevia versus stevia:

stevia extract RA97 is benchmarked by the FDA as gras stevia: generally regarded as safe.   gras stevia can be called a sweetener and classified as an ingredient.  stevia on the other hand if it is not classified as gras must by labeled a dietary supplement.  Our products use just a hint of stevia, natural sweetener to enhance the flavoring, not to sweeten the product.

stevia, natural sweeteners popularity grows:

Stevia Café ran an article titled: How Stevia Can Make Diabetes a Thing of the Past The key word being healthy. Dr. Howenstein notes how any sugar substitute … made in a factory [he specifically notes Nutrasweet (aspartame), Sucralose, and Splenda] … is dangerous to health. Many of these contain chlorine. The best safe sweetening substance appears to be the natural substance stevia. Several of the glycosides in stevia have blood sugar lowering capability.

Food Technology: According to the Institute of Food Technologist, an organization representing tens of thousands of food technologists and food and beverage companies, the GRAS status clears the way for the biggest beverage companies to launch their planned low-sugar beverages with this sweetener.

Nutritional Outlook: September 2008 Stevia Products Poised to Transform Beverage Market. Read this full story and when it comes to frequently asked questions about stevia, check this site out for more information.

Of course there is always more to learn.  When we say a dash of stevia, here's exactly what we mean.  There is 75 8 oz servings per bottle.  Each bottle makes about 5 gallons of flavored water.  We use about 5 drops of natural stevia sweetener per 5 gallons.

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