Stevia Medicinal Benefits, Stevia Interesting Facts, Therapeutic Use, Stevia Nutritional Information
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                                                          Stevia Medicinal Benefits

NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION

1 cup of white sugar = 1/4 teaspoon of refined Stevia.

Calories: ZERO
Fats: ZERO
Cholesterol: ZERO
Carbohydrates: ZERO
Sugars: ZERO
Fiber: ZERO
Proteins: ZERO

THERAPEUTIC USE

Diabetes: Stevia can be part of a healthy diet for those who have diabetes. Stevia contains nutrients that help the body to regulate the blood's glucose level. It also aids the pancreas. Stevia can also lower blood glucose levels by as much as 35%. Stevia is thus a good natural substitute and is completely safe for diabetics to use.

Obese and Overweight Individuals: Stevia helps those who would like to lose weight. It lowers one's caloric intake and reduces one's appetite for sweet foods.

Dental Care: Unrefined Stevia can be used as a natural bacteria killer, especially that bacteria that cause cavities and gum problems, both of which are two of the most common problems related to diabetes.

Others: Several studies affirm Stevia's antibiotic properties, especially against e.Coli bacteria, staphylococcus aureus, and Corynebacterium difteriae as well as against the Cándida Albicans fungus.

INTERESTING FACTS

When Stevia gets to your pancreas; it does not raise your blood glucose levels. This not only makes it safe for diabetics, but, given that Stevia does not contain any calories or carbohydrates, it is also good for diabetics as well.

Stevia is an excellent tool to help you lose weight. There are no negative side effects that can occur unlike other sugar substitutes including aspartame.

If you make Stevia a regular part of your diet, you can also reduce your appetite and any sugar cravings or fatty foods. It has been proven that Stevia helps digestion, lowers hypertension and without affecting blood pressure itself, shortens flu and cold recovery times as well as helps stops alcohol and tobacco dependence. When Stevia is used in toothpaste or mouthwash, it helps prevent cavities and tartar due to its antibacterial qualities.

Stevia has been used for more than 30 years in Japan. Stevia can be used as a natural sweetener when cooking or baking. Children can now enjoy dessert without risking weight gain, cavities or becoming hyperactive.

 
Stevia Medicinal Benefits