stevioside

stevioside

A glycoside present in sweet herb (Stevia rebaudiana), a plant native to South America; it is 300-fold sweeter than granulated sugar, which is of interest to diabetologists as it reduces blood sugar.
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Medical bulletins posted online by various science and medical organizations said the sweetener was actually the active compounds of stevia, the steviol glycosides, or chiefly the stevioside, and rebaudioside.
Changes in leaf yield and accumulation patterns of stevioside have been observed in response to different environmental conditions.
Stevioside and related compounds: Therapeutic benefits beyond sweetness, Pharmacology & Therapeutics 121: 41-54.
Under the existing legislation, high intensity sweeteners made from steviol glycosides need to consist of at least 75 percent stevioside and/or rebaudioside A (Reb A), limiting the ViaTech sweetener options available to food and beverage manufacturers in Europe.
Stevia leaves contain a complex mixture of sweet diterpene glycosides, including stevioside and rebaudiosides (Goyal, Samsher, & Goyal, 2010).
Stimulatoryeffect of phosphate solubilizing bacteria on plant growth, stevioside and rebauside--A contents of Stevia rebudiana Bertoni.
Stevia: Rebaudioside A (Reb A) and stevioside are the two substances manufacturers extract from the leaves of the stevia plant to be used as sweeteners.
Stevioside is the sweetest glycoside found in stevia with antioxidant, antimicrobial, and anticancer properties (2-5).
Medium Chain Triglycerides Bitter Soapy, Fatty acid sour Sodium Lauryl Sulfate Salty, Bitter -- Ethanol Sweet Solvent Sensory Characteristics Mouthfeels Methyl Paraben Numbing, Tongue Sting Polysorbate -80 -- POLOXAMER 188 -- Polyethylene Glycol Oily Propylene Glycol Oily, Warming Glycerin Oily, Soapy Sodium Bicarbonate Saline Silicon Dioxide Chalky, Drying Magnesium Stearate Waxy Medium Chain Triglycerides Oily, Waxy, Burning Sodium Lauryl Sulfate Tongue Sting Ethanol Burning Source: Senopsys Figure 5, Relative Sweetness Intensities Sweetener Sweetness Relative Class Sweetener to Sucrose High Intensity Neotame 8000 Sucralose 600 Sodium Saccharin 300 Stevioside 250 Acesulfame Potassium 200 Monoammonium GlycyrrhizinatB 100 Nutritive Fructose 1.
12] According to Chatsudthipong and Muanprasat, metabolic conversion of stevioside to steviol occurred in liver and was excreted via two routes, biliary and urinary excretion.
Isosteviol sodium, the sodium salt of isosteviol, is a beyerane diterpene obtained by the acid hydrolysis of stevioside [4,5].