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  • I have a friend who is kind of a homeopathic nut, in her own way, and when she saw me putting sweet n' low in my coffee one day I thought she was going to have a heart attack
  • I've been trying to get healthy and watch what I eat and drink, and because I love coffee (even decaf), it's been an issue not to use sugar, because I have to sweeten my coffee and tea with something
  • I found NuNaturals white stevia sweetener online actually, because these kinds of products weren't available widely in stores, and I live in the middle of nowhere, so it would've been near impossible to find
  • Of course, like with anything, there still should be moderation to consider, but at least I could have my three cups of decaf a day without feeling guilty for adding sugar to it
  • After using it for a couple weeks, I hardly noticed it wasn't natural sugar


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      I have a friend who is kind of a homeopathic nut, in her own way, and when she saw me putting sweet n’ low in my coffee one day I thought she was going to have a heart attack. I had to sit through this long lecture about why that stuff was so bad for you, when I thought I was doing a good thing by staying away from real sugar. She insisted on giving me a stevia plant to take care of, with a long list of caring instructions, and suggested I use a leaf off the plant to sweeten my coffee or tea instead of using those other artificial sweeteners. At the time, stevia wasn’t mass marketed as a sugar, as it hadn’t yet been approved by the FDA for that purpose. And still, even the stevia products on the market are not all natural… I have all kinds of consipiracy theories

      why the government wont allow natural stevia to be marketed as sugar options. But anyway, I managed to kill the plant before I even got to use the first leaf, and was highly dissapointed it seemed I’d never know how it tasted or how good for you it really was. But then, just within the last year or so, stevia products are starting to come out of the woodwork. I’ve been trying to get healthy and watch what I eat and drink, and because I love coffee (even decaf), it’s been an issue not to use sugar, because I have to sweeten my coffee and tea with something.

      I found NuNaturals white stevia sweetener online actually, because these kinds of products weren’t available widely in stores, and I live in the middle of nowhere, so it would’ve been near impossible to find. My friend tells me it’s still not as good as using the ...


      • leaves straight from a stevia plant, for someone with a black thumb such as myself, this is a life-saver. The directions say you only need one packet for your drink, and you can use it whenever you want. Of course, like with anything, there still should be moderation to consider, but at least I could have my three cups of decaf a day without feeling guilty for adding sugar to it!

        I found that it had a rather bitter aftertaste at first, but I thought the same thing about sweet n’ low, so it was just a matter of getting used to it. After using it for a couple weeks, I hardly noticed it wasn’t natural sugar! The packets are a bit inconvenient, though certainly less messy than those typical paper sugar packets. I can put a few of these in purse and not fear that they’ll bust open and I’ll have a sugary

        mess to clean off all my things. It’s a plastic package that you almost need a pair of scissors to get into. After the first time of ripping one clear in half because I had to use herculean strength to get it open, I figured scissors were the safest bet. And I really do only need one packet to sweeten a cup of coffee, and it’s SO much better for you than other sugar substitutes, and better than sugar itself! Now that I’ve gotten used to the taste of it, I really wouldn’t go with any other sweetening product. I’ve even used it while baking, and I’ve had no complaints about the sweetness of anything I’ve made. My kids even add it to their tea… prefer it over regular sugar. My husband still prefers basic sugar, but I’m working on winning him over. Eventually I’ll have a sugar free house and can thank NuNaturals for it.




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