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sweetener

See Artificial sweetener.
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Derived from the stevia plant's leaves, stevia sweeteners are at level zero on the glycemic index scale, with five net carbs and 20 calories per 100 grams.
According to the company, BESTEVIA e+ shows great success in reducing sugar and artificial sweeteners in many applications, such as beverage, dairy, sports nutrition, condiments and bakeries.
It's low enough in calories that it can be called a "zero calorie" sweetener. To give it more bulk so it can more easily be used to replace sugar, other sweeteners, carbohydrates and fibers are typically added to packets and bags of stevia you see in the grocery store.
* Use natural sweeteners. Applesauce and bananas can replace refined sugar in baked goods or on your oatmeal.
A small number of studies showed slowed weight gain when sugar was replaced by sweeteners. However, from the 56 studies in the review, this effect was of 'low or very low certainty' and there was no evidence that swapping to sweeteners could help obese patients lose weight.
Myers chose Lakeville for his sweetener business because of its proximity to the railroad, which he felt would be advantageous for inbound goods shipments.
Consuming sweeteners in moderation can satisfy without adding too many calories
Since then, as you noted, a host of new artificial sweeteners have hit the market.
On the alternative sweetener side, the new product saturation may have contributed to several companies experiencing flat or lower dollar sales during the period, according to the IRI data.
"Sucrose remains nearly impossible to fully mimic, and no one alternative sweetener provides a magic bullet.