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The Benefits of Green Leaf Stevia – A Sugar Substitute

The Benefits of Green Leaf Stevia - A Sugar Substitute

Over the years, stevia has grown in popularity as a sugar substitute due to the fact that it has no effect on your blood sugar levels and contains zero calories. However, it’s important for consumers to know that not all stevia productsare created equal, and many stevia products being sold are highly processed and may contain potentially harmful chemicals. The solution? Green leaf stevia.

What is Green Stevia?

Stevia is an herbal plant that has been used for centuries. It is popularly used today as a natural sweetener because it is 200 times sweeter than sugar, but does not raise blood insulin levels. When you see stevia as a fine, green powder, that means the leaves of the stevia plant have been used to create the stevia sweetener naturally without being processed to keep its nutrients and phytochemicals in act, along with its natural emerald green colour. In other words, green leaf stevia is simply ground up stevia leaves!

Benefits of Green Stevia:

When using green leaf stevia, you can rest assured that there are no chemicals or additives, which means you can enjoy the full benefits of the stevia plant. What are they, you ask? Find out below:

  1. Zero glycemic index

  2. Controls cravings and appetite

  3. Promotes oral health (heals mouth and gum issues)

  4. Can help lower or normalize blood sugar levels

  5. Antifungal and antibacterial properties

  6. Beneficial in the treatment of chronic yeast infections

  7. Beneficial in the treatment of diabetes and hypoglycemia

  8. Can help with relief of headaches

  9. 200x sweeter than sugar (only need to use very small amount)

  10. Zero calories

  11. Natural source of vitamins and minerals

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