Stevia: Is it the Best Sugar Substitute?
Published on Feb 24, 2015
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Stevia sweetener, liquid, powder, packets, safety, benefit and side effects
Uploaded on Jan 11, 2009
Dr. Ray Sahelian, M.D., benefits, side effects of the herbal supplement Stevia sweetener.
Top 8 Natural Sweeteners and Sugar Alternatives
Published on Jan 30, 2017
The American Heart Association has recommended in their heart-healthy guidelines that you should not consume more than 100 to 150 calories from added sugars. Sugar affects each and every part of your body, from head to toe. It can cause diabetes, tooth decay, obesity, heart disease, cancer and poor cognitive functioning. Natural sweeteners are substitutes for sugar that are healthier than the processed table sugar, or other artificial sugars. Here are the top eight natural sweeteners and sugar alternatives:
Raw Honey, Stevia, Dates, Agave Syrup, Blackstrap Molasses, Coconut Sugar, Xylitol & Yacon Syrup
The 3 Best Sugar Substitutes (diabetic friendly)
Published on Nov 24, 2015
Alison reviews 3 all natural sugar substitutes that are waistline and diabetics friendly, and talks about which applications each is best suited for. VISIT MY WEBSITE:
Five Best Sugar Substitutes
Published on Dec 23, 2014
Today I’m going to share my top five sugar replacements. Although these sweeteners may benefit your health and are better than processed sugar, I would recommend consuming these them in moderation.
1. Pure raw honey.
4. Coconut sugar.
5. Maple syrup.
Stevia Malaysia Agro Journal TV1 RTM
Published on May 5, 2012
Bersama Hos PakLong MoZaid @ Nusantara dalam Rancangan Agro Journal pada 22 April 2012 jam 6 petang di TV1, RTM. Mengisahkan perjalanan ekonomi stevia dari penanaman (upstream) hingga ke peringkat pemprosesan dan penjualan produk (downstream) serta testimoni pengguna pemanis Stevia.
Are Sugar Substitutes like Stevia Safe? | Healthy Food
Published on Jun 15, 2012
You might have been hearing about sugar substitutes like Stevia and wondering if they are safe. They all have a similar effect on the body that you need to be aware of and that is they taste sweet even though they don't have any added calories to them. Now what happens when your tongue tastes sweet, it instantly sends a message to your brain, to your body to start producing insulin because your body is expecting carbohydrates to follow that sweet flavor so when your body starts producing more insulin and there is no sugar for it to shuttle around and get rid of from the blood system that can lead to insulin resistance over time and people who are using sugar substitutes to lose weight actually find they are having hard time with it or even gaining weight over time so all of those sugar substitutes can have the opposite effects of what we use them for, which is to try to lose weight. Now Stevia may be safer to use than all of the other man-made processed non-nutritive sweeteners. Why is that?
Stevia Side Effects - Part 1
Published on Mar 17, 2012
Stevia Side Effects - Part 2
Published on Mar 18, 2012
Are Sugar Side Effects possible? Like stevia side effects there is a reaction to everything we do no matter how big or small. The best way to minimize the negativity, if at all possible, is to do things in moderation. By going against this unwritten guideline to life can cause things to occur which we may not like.
An individual who no longer is able to or chooses to switch to a sugar alternative will be confronted with a number of choices. Some of the choices are not natural and will have warnings that there are possible side effects from using the product.
So keep in mind that side effects can be both positive and natural!
The positive side to any of the stevia side effects, stevia dangers or warnings that might exist are that you use less sweetener, there are no calories, enhances one's glucose intolerance and can reduce high blood pressure.
I hope the information in this video that I have just shared with you encourages you to switch to Stevia, to sweeten your foods and drinks and to also try some of the other Stevia products available.
Remember, the good news is that Stevia is completely natural, tastes good and is good for you. What else is there to say? You can find out more information on stevia side effects, dangers and warnings here by youtube at my steviachannel1 or by going straight to my website where you can profit from other topics on stevia like recipes, baking with stevia, using stevia as a sweetner or even stevia diabetes;
A BIG Thank you goes out to Flickr for the wonderful pictures, without you my Stevia Side Effects video would not have been possible.