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Stevia Vs Sugar

What are the differences between Stevia extract Stevioside and sugar? Does one have more fat? How about Carbohydrates? Which contributes to a healthy diet?

Stevia vs Sugar
Sugar JAJA Stevioside
Fat:

0

0

Sodium:

0

0

Carbohydrates:

18

0

Sugars grams:

18

0

Protein:

0

0

Calories:

60

0

 

Stevia and Stevia extract Stevioside can not be sold in the USA as sweeteners. Due to FDA regulations, they can only be sold as Dietary Supplements, or Nutritional Supplements. Stevioside is sold in the USA as a dietary supplement.

Some companies use the beneficial properties of Stevioside to sell a product that is not pure stevioside. For example, some companies sell stevioside mixed with maltodextrin. Maltodextrin is a carbohydrate made of rice or corn. Why add carbohydrates to something so good as stevioside?

If you are looking for pure stevioside, at the best price on the internet we recommend you check out JAJA Stevioside.

 If you are looking to buy crushed stevia leaf, we recommend Emperor's Herbologist Stevia Crush.

Order your Stevia or Stevioside on line today!
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