The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has deemed the purified form of stevia, which is called Rebaudioside A, as a safe food additive and sweetener that diabetics can use, according to the American Diabetes Association. ... More »

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Stevia is a type of sugar substitute and sweetener. Stevia is much sweeter than sugar, but it does not contain any calories. More »

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Stevia is proven to have many health benefits such as lowering blood pressure, fighting diabetes and obesity. Stevia is packed with many antioxidant compounds including triterpenes, flavonoids and tannins. More »

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The highly purified stevia extracts found in supermarkets are recognized as generally safe by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Crude and whole-leaf extracts are not approved by the FDA. More »

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Stevia is proven to have many health benefits such as lowering blood pressure, fighting diabetes and obesity. Stevia is packed with many antioxidant compounds including triterpenes, flavonoids and tannins. More »

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration provides a reliable chart listing the carbohydrates in fruits on its website as of 2015. The chart lists nutritional information for the 20 most frequently consumed fruits in the Uni... More »

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The diabetes food pyramid was designed by the American Diabetes Association and American Dietetic Association to assist diabetics with controlling serving sizes of various foods in meal plans, according to the BD Diabete... More »

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