Free Shipping For Orders above 499 100% Secure Payments & Cash On Delivery All major credit and debit cards accepted 100% Money Back Guarantee 7 Days return policy Order On Phone 08033172233 / 08033172888
Items Matching Your Search Criteria
Filters
Close

Stevia Leaves Powder - 250 g

A natural sweetener from mother nature, also known as sweetleaf or honeyleaf, the leaves of Stevia are a source of natural zero-calorie sweetener which is considered sweeter than sugar. Stevia leaves powder from Truu aids in weight loss and heart problems.
Learn more about this product...
Rs. 413
FREE DELIVERY within India for orders above 499
img
You earn
21
Green Points



Estimated Delivery: 7 - 10 Business Days

Check for Shipping & COD?

Delivery
COD
ExpressDelivery
Delivery
COD
ExpressDelivery

Specifications

Manufacturer: Carmel Organics
SKU: G17031704088
Weight: 250g

Stevia leaves powder:
What is it -
Common name: sweet leaf, , sugar leaf, stevia
Botanical name: Stevia rebaudiana
Part used: leaf
Stevia is one of a family of plants that are native to South America and have been used for centuries to sweeten drinks and foods. Stevia leaves are said to be from 30 to 300 times sweeter than sugar * though the amount of sweetness varies from leaf to leaf and plant to plant. It is touted as a natural alternative to artificial sweeteners. To date, chemical analysis and studies show that the leaf powder adds no calories, has no harmful side effects and is more palatable with less aftertaste than any artificial, chemical sweetener to date. Stevia powder has been in wide use in South America for centuries, and in Japan since the government banned the use of artificial sweeteners. To date, no harmful side effects have come to light, making stevia one of the most promising sugar alternatives available. Stevoside, made from stevia powder, is approved as a food additive in Korea, and is widely available throughout China, Taiwan and Malaysia.

What it contains:
Diterpene glycosides, steviol, dulcoside, rebaudioside C, rebaudioside A, isosteviol, stevioside, jhanol, flavonoid glycosides, quercetin,

Benefits:
• High blood pressure. Some research suggests that taking 750-1500 mg powder per day of stevioside, a chemical compound in stevia powder, reduces systolic blood pressure (the upper number in a blood pressure reading) by 10-14 mmHg and diastolic blood pressure (the lower number) by 6-14 mmHg within one week of starting treatment. However, other research suggests that taking stevioside in doses up to 15 mg per kg per day does not significantly reduce blood pressure in patients with mild high blood pressure.
• Diabetes. Early research suggests that 1000 mg daily of stevioside, a chemical compound in stevia, might reduce blood sugar levels after meals by 18% in people with type 2 diabetes. However, other research suggests that taking 250 mg of stevioside three times daily does not significantly affect blood sugar levels or HbA1c (a measure over blood sugar levels over time) after three months of treatment in people with type 1 or type 2 diabetes.
• Preventing pregnancy.
• Heartburn.
• Weight loss.
• Water retention.
• Heart problems.
• Other conditions.

How to use:
For the sake of simplicity, let's say we consume about 100 grams of sugar a day. Since the sweetness of stevioside is 300 times that of sugar, the maximum daily consumption of stevia powder would be 100 grams divided by 300, or a third of a gram

Weight: 250 gms

Stevia leaves powder:
What is it -
Common name: sweet leaf, , sugar leaf, stevia
Botanical name: Stevia rebaudiana
Part used: leaf
Stevia is one of a family of plants that are native to South America and have been used for centuries to sweeten drinks and foods. Stevia leaves are said to be from 30 to 300 times sweeter than sugar * though the amount of sweetness varies from leaf to leaf and plant to plant. It is touted as a natural alternative to artificial sweeteners. To date, chemical analysis and studies show that the leaf powder adds no calories, has no harmful side effects and is more palatable with less aftertaste than any artificial, chemical sweetener to date. Stevia powder has been in wide use in South America for centuries, and in Japan since the government banned the use of artificial sweeteners. To date, no harmful side effects have come to light, making stevia one of the most promising sugar alternatives available. Stevoside, made from stevia powder, is approved as a food additive in Korea, and is widely available throughout China, Taiwan and Malaysia.

What it contains:
Diterpene glycosides, steviol, dulcoside, rebaudioside C, rebaudioside A, isosteviol, stevioside, jhanol, flavonoid glycosides, quercetin,

Benefits:
• High blood pressure. Some research suggests that taking 750-1500 mg powder per day of stevioside, a chemical compound in stevia powder, reduces systolic blood pressure (the upper number in a blood pressure reading) by 10-14 mmHg and diastolic blood pressure (the lower number) by 6-14 mmHg within one week of starting treatment. However, other research suggests that taking stevioside in doses up to 15 mg per kg per day does not significantly reduce blood pressure in patients with mild high blood pressure.
• Diabetes. Early research suggests that 1000 mg daily of stevioside, a chemical compound in stevia, might reduce blood sugar levels after meals by 18% in people with type 2 diabetes. However, other research suggests that taking 250 mg of stevioside three times daily does not significantly affect blood sugar levels or HbA1c (a measure over blood sugar levels over time) after three months of treatment in people with type 1 or type 2 diabetes.
• Preventing pregnancy.
• Heartburn.
• Weight loss.
• Water retention.
• Heart problems.
• Other conditions.

How to use:
For the sake of simplicity, let's say we consume about 100 grams of sugar a day. Since the sweetness of stevioside is 300 times that of sugar, the maximum daily consumption of stevia powder would be 100 grams divided by 300, or a third of a gram

Weight: 250 gms

Please share your experience about this product
  • Bad
  • Excellent
Products specifications
Weight 250g
Blog https://blog.giskaa.com/2016/08/31/tiny-but-mighty/
Newsletter