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DIDS70 Posts: 5,367
11/20/12 10:09 A

Liquid stevia, dates, raw honey, coconut nectar, grade b maple syrup-- those are my main sweeteners.

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11/20/12 10:03 A

I am new here but I use honey for my tea shouldn't that be ok, like you I am cutting out most of the sugar unless I have coffee then I use stevia.

ARTSYGIRLV2 Posts: 1,231
11/20/12 5:23 A

Stevia, Rapadura, and Erythritol

MALASIL Posts: 66
11/19/12 9:57 P

I have eliminated sugar substitutes. I put fresh fruit in my cereal and have learned to love unsweet tea. I can order it anywhere and make it at home.

MEG-NATALIA07 Posts: 679
11/19/12 9:50 P

No it's from the stevia plant. The powder is combined with maltodextrin as a filler and to take away the aftertaste, as the herb has a very strong flavor. One packet is zero calories, 1 gram carb. I've tried other versions, including truvia... but Nustevia is by far my favorite.

Edited by: MEG-NATALIA07 at: 11/19/2012 (21:51)
11/19/12 12:51 P

Thanks Pookie and Meg. emoticon

-POOKIE- Posts: 11,861
11/19/12 11:47 A

truvia is made from stevia, a plant, its natural.... doesn't mean everybody thinks its safe, but hey ho!

11/19/12 11:15 A

Thank you for replying Meg, but isn't that an artificial sweetener? So confused by all the 'natural' substitutes, and such. lol

MEG-NATALIA07 Posts: 679
11/19/12 10:49 A

I use NuStevia (stevia) packets. They are my favorite with no aftertaste.

11/19/12 10:43 A

I'm desperately trying to cut down my intake of sugar, but I don't want to use an artificial sweetener such as truvia or splenda. What do you use? or what would you recommend? I want to keep the calories to a minimum as well. Thanks in advance.

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