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S T E V I A

Uses of Stevia leaves Currently consumers have more inclination towards products that are claimed to be 'All Natural 'and ' Low CHO'. Hence, the food industry could grab a major share in the market if Stevia, ...

Tom Theimer

The Sweet Stevia Conspiracy by Tom Theimer Stevia, a plant once banned and confiscated in the U.S. during the 80's & 90's because it had non-toxic and sweet-tasting leaves, has a story all its own.

Sweet...but How Safe?

NUTRITION ACTION HEALTHLETTER ■ OCTOBER 2008 9 DNA Damage & Cancer The two main sweet-tasting components of stevia are rebaudioside A and stevio-side.

STEVIA

June 2009 S TEVIA Hot Topics are short, concise practice and science-based answers to current questions RDs and DTRs may receive. Hot Topics are not an ADA position or stance on a topic and does not reflect Association consensus on the issue.

N AT U R E ' SS W E E T E N E R

I NTRODUCTION W hile aspartame and saccharine continue to dominate the non-caloric sweetener scene, a remarkable herb called stevia remains relatively obscure.

Stevia from Paraguay

21 STEVIA FROM PARAGUAY 2.1 Introduction 2. Development of Stevia from Paraguay Section 2 The success of Stevia in Japan and China in the 1980s was followed by the development of Stevia in Paraguay and Brazil in recent years.

Stevia Sweeteners

stevia Stevia rebaudiana (Bertoni) is a South American plant native to Paraguay that traditionally has been used to sweeten beverages and make tea.

Stevia- Is It Time For Another Look? Elena M. Tateo, MS, RD

Stevia- Is It Time For Another Look? Elena M. Tateo, MS, RD Can you follow a lowcarb lifestyle and still satisfy your sweet tooth without adding unwanted calories or artificial sweeteners to your diet?

Sweetness without Sugar = Stevia

CF187 - Updated 6/03 1 Sweetness without Sugar = Stevia Written by Jen Allbritton, CN Have you had your 50 heaping teaspoons of sugar today? The average American consumes between 150 and 200 pounds of refined sugar per year! 1 In excess, refined sugar can be toxic - plain and simple.