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Many people use sugar substitutes to reduce their empty calorie intake and improve their health. But do these products actually live up to their hype? Are Sugar Substitutes Safe? Generally, yes. There are a few “howevers,” but, in general, sugar substitutes are safe to eat. All sugar substitutes are...
 
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How much added sugar? For every 4 grams of sugar on a food label there is 1 teaspoon of sugar in the food (fruit is one exception and is okay because it is natural sugar accompanied with fiber and other nutrients) Some tea and soda beverages contain 5 teaspoons...
 

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The Food and Drug Administration has declared a natural zero-calorie sweetener rebaudioside A, or Reb A, which is the sweetest part of the stevia leaf, safe for use in foods and beverages. You can read more about the sweeteners, Truvia and Purevia here: truvia.com purevia.com pureviaforhealth.com. Coke will introduce a reduced-calorie version of Sprite, called ... Food News You Can Use: Stevia
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The next time you order a coffee beverage anywhere, make sure you specify that it is fat-free. The top chart shows high-calorie choices while the bottom one has the lighter options. The words Mocha, Frappuccino, Creme and Whip seem to spell trouble! (Source: www.starbucks.com) ... You are unauthorized to view this page. Login if you ... Are You Drinking A Whole Meal?
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A new study by Jean Welsh of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, published in the February issue of Pediatrics, found that for 3- and 4-year-olds already on the heavy side, drinking something sweet once or twice a day doubled their risk of becoming seriously overweight a year...