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Natural Artificial Sweetener Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Natural Artificial Sweetener.

The Science Behind Stevia

The sweetener stevia has plenty of dedicated followers. Who can blame them? For years, food and supplement manufacturers have advertised stevia as all natural, calorie free and safe for people with diabetes. To many people, stevia seems like a win-wi...  Read more

All About Artificial Sweeteners

Do you feel like you are surrounded by sweets? Cookies, ice-cream, candy, soda and other sugary treats are everywhere, along with the extra calories and simple carbohydrates they contain. For people with diabetes and those trying to cut calories and...  Read more

Smarter Ways to Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

If you’re watching your calorie intake, the most problematic part of your anatomy may be your sweet tooth. Our bodies are hard-wired for an attraction to sweet foods since sweetness signals that we’re taking in the calories (energy) neede...  Read more

Sweet Swaps: Baking with Sugar Substitutes

If you’re seeking to reduce your caloric intake, then sugar substitutes are worth a look. Sweeteners like sucralose and stevia are 200 to 600 times sweeter than granulated cane sugar, and they contain 0 to 5 calories per 1 g serving. When used...  Read more

The Truth about ''Natural'' Sweeteners

If you’ve wandered into a natural food store lately, you might have noticed that the selection of sweeteners seems to have multiplied. Powders, syrups, and liquids with exotic-sounding names catch your eye, each claiming to be tastier, healthie...  Read more

Question if you've given up sweeteners/sugars/et a
Updated 7/2/2014 11:02:22 PM

If you've given up sugar and artificial sweeteners, when did you notice a change in your palate, if at all? I'm just over 3 weeks in to my sugar/artificial sweetener/wheat detox and I'm starting to notice a change. I now enjoy my coffee with no sweet...  Read more

Giving up Artificial Sweeteners and other chemical
Updated 6/5/2014 6:44:21 PM

I thought this would be a relatively simple task, just give up the sweet n low in my morning coffee and ditch the Crystal Light. I figured, I know how to eat well, just stick to the other health stuff I know and I'll be fine. WRONG!!!! This is exactl...  Read more

Need to add sugar/natural sweetners back in
Updated 6/6/2014 8:04:08 AM

I am a diabetic who is allergic to artificial sweetners. I still haven't even tried trivia, but splenda put me the hospital - the reaction was so strong. I get excited to see a SparkRecipe that has no cholesterol, little fat and fits into my calorie...  Read more

Quitting artificial sweeteners.
Updated 3/2/2014 11:31:24 AM

Has anyone found that there craving and being hungry all the time decreases when you quit the artificial sweeteners?...  Read more

Cut artificial sweeteners to crave vegetables
Updated 2/15/2014 10:24:48 PM

http://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/artific
ial-sweeteners-sugar-free-but-at-what-
cost-201207165030 With many failed weight loss attempts of no sugar with artificial sweeteners in the diet it still left me with intense sugar cravings a...  Read more

Natural versus Artifical Sugar

I prefer using natural sugar than those artificial sweeteners. In fact, I use brown sugar at home. I think its far more better to use the natural kind as artificial sweeteners are full of chemicals that are harmful for our body...  Read more

Artificial Sweeteners

Dr Mark Hyman Says "Stop confusing your body. If you have a desire for something sweet, have a little sugar, but stay away from “fake” foods. Researchers found that the total food eaten over 14 days dramatically increased in the artificial sweetener...  Read more

Healthier Arkansas

Arkansans encouraging and supporting one another in our effort to lead a healthier lifestyle through fitness and nutrition. Welcome to the Natural State....  Read more

What You Need to Know about Nectresse, the Zero-Calorie Sweetener

I turned the corner and headed down aisle #6--the baking section of my local grocery store--eyes peeled for the "new kid" on the shelf. The new zero-calorie sweetener, Nectresse from the makers of Splenda.  There it was, in canister an...  Read more

Consider the Source: If It’s Made from Corn, What’s the Big Deal?

Previously Stepfanie blogged about the new corn syrup ads released by the Corn Refiners Association, which we're seeing as the CRA attempts to make over the public image of high fructose corn syrup. So I thought it would be worthwhile to take a clos...  Read more