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stevia

The HEALTHY SUGAR. Super sweet leaves that have no effect on your pancreas, blood sugar or insulin. Safe for diabetics. Although it’s really sweet, it actually reduces sugars in the system which displace calcium. Can actually be used for tooth and mouth care- mix with Pau d’arco, baking soda, licorice root and yucca root-Stevia sweetens the herbs and as an antiseptic to kill the acid and plaque forming bacteria.A good source of chromium, which helps in the regulation of blood sugar, which may help prevent diabetic cataracts, and also helps diabetics who often suffer from impotence. Antibiotic. Good source of saponins, which improve the absorption of other compounds taken with it.
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North America Stevia market is estimated to record a CAGR of 9.8% during the forecast period 2019-2024
In the Philippine sugar tax bill, because stevia is not sugar but purely steviol glycosides, it was exempted from the excise tax.
The company said its recently ended financial year was a "transitional" one, with the launch of the latest and "best tasting" stevia product, Reb M.
The company added that the BESTEVIA Reb E, a non-caloric, high-purity stevia sweetener, is produced from the stevia leaf through the US FDA evalueted non-GMO bioconversion process.
Considering the importance of this valuable sweet herb, a proficient in vitro mass multiplication and regeneration system was established in Stevia rebaudiana.
Stevia leaves have been used as a sweetener since the 16th century, but the extract has only been approved for use as a food ingredient in the United States since 2008 and in Europe since 2011.
Stevia requires lower inputs of land, water, and energy to produce the same amount of sweetness found in other natural sweeteners.
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Then in one of her consultations, a friend who is a doctor told her about this miracle plant that originated in Paraguay commonly known as Stevia. The leaves of this South American shrub have been used for centuries by native people in Paraguay and Brazil to sweeten their yerba mate and other stimulant beverages.
In the Philippines, stevia is popular among hobbyists, herbalists, and diabetics who raise the plant in pots and small plots for their own personal use.
Stevia can be used as a food ingredient in bakery items, dairy food products, beverages, packaged food products, dietary supplements, confectionery, and more.
PureCircle (LSE: PURE), the world's leading producer and innovator of great-tasting stevia sweeteners for the global beverage and food industries, announces a new stevia farming program in the United States.