Stevia liquid sweetener
Information about Stevia - Liquid Sweetener
The purity content of the steviol glycoside/rebaudioside A used for production is 95%.
This liquid stevia sweetener (stevia liquid sweetener, stevia liquid sweetener, stevia table sweetener, sweetener) is a composition of the stevia extract, the so-called steviol glycosides obtained from the stevia plant. With the steviapura sweetener you buy a Stevia quality product which is used worldwide by health conscious consumers.
The use of liquid stevia fluid as sweetener
The use of the liquid, clear extract is very easy thanks to the practical drip dispenser. The dosage of Stevia liquid sweetener (Stevia liquid sweetener, table sweetener, sweetener) is particularly economical and 1-2 drops correspond to about a piece of sugar cube. So you can save many calories with Stevia liquid as a sugar alternative and do not have to do without sweets.
Stevia liquid drops are versatile and easy to use. Ideal for cooking and baking, for low-calorie sweetening of hot or cold drinks, especially coffee, chocolate or tea.
Simply replace conventional liquid sweeteners with liquid sweeteners from the Stevia rebaudiana plant (Stevia Liquid Sweetener, Stevia Liquid Sweetener, Stevia Table Sweetener, Stevia Sweetener). It can be used to sweeten and refine desserts, ice cream, yoghurt, marmalade, milk shakes, muesli, fruit salad and pudding while saving many calories.
Athletes use the liquid Stevia sweetener for low-calorie sweetening of energy drinks and protein shakes.
Diabetics appreciate the EU-approved sweetener from the Stevia plant, which is Stevia insulin neutral and also tooth-friendly. The content of a 150ml steviapura liquid Stevia bottle corresponds to approx. 2,500g sugar. Enjoy the calorie-free Stevia Sweetness, which supports you in a health-conscious diet.
Sweet Stevia Drops from Paraguay
Already the natives in Paraguay, the Guarani Indians know this as "Caa-Hee" or also honey herb mentioned, for centuries. The indigenous peoples use the extract from the Stevia rebaudiana plant for sweetening or as a remedy for blood pressure and digestive problems. In 1887, the Swiss botanist Moses Bertoni discovered the Stevia plant on a trip to Paraguay and thus found his way to Europe.
It took a very long time until the sweet ingredients, the steviol glycosides from the Stevia rebaudiana plant, were also approved as sweeteners in the EU in December 2011. European consumers who value a healthy diet can now use Stevia liquid as a sweetener.