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Everything about our Stevia products.
Stevia as replacement for sugar and artificial sweeteners like aspartame and sucralose.
- Stevia does not raise blood-sugar levels
- Perfect for diabetics! It is not harmful for neiter type 1 nor type 2 diabetics, nor hypoglycemics, because Steva neither raises blood-sugar levels nor affects insulin production
- Stevia has ZERO GI value (glycemic index)
- It is claimed that Stevia affects the mouth's environment so as to negatively influence the bacteria causing tooth decay, in the same way that xylitol is known to do
- No side effects
- Stevia can handle cooking and baking temperatures, unlike artificial sweeteners, and is recommended and easy to use in cooking
Conversion table for Sugar -> Stevia
To replace sugar with Stevia in recipes is fun! But how much should you use of Stevia Green and Stevia White to replace sugar?
There is a conversion table for Sugar, Stevia Green, and Stevia White – now in English!
We have done subjective tests with Sugar, Stevia Green, and Stevia White, dissolved in different cups of warm water to test the table against our own taste-buds, and the table seems to work well.
Download the conversion table as a PDF – perfect to print and place in a cook-book, put on the fridge, or on the cupboard door. Download here: